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    Star Basic Bath Salts

    3 parts Epson Salt
    2 parts baking soda
    1 part table salt
    Essential oil or fragrance oil, your choice

    Mix all ingredients together well. I find using my hands to do
    this does the best job. Put in glass canning jars or zip-type

    bags for gift giving. And make it all fancy!!

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    Default Re: Basic Bath Salts

    Are these the type of bath salts that are the hard ones I am looking for a recipe that is like the texture of a salt scrub I bought some at my church craft bazar and love them.

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    Default Re: Basic Bath Salts

    If you want a "liquid" salt scrub, mix in some olive oil or your favorite oil. Your skin will be smooth and soft when you finish using it. The salt (or I do sugar sometimes, esp. for my face) does the exfoliating and the oil nourishes your skin. It is great for winter when your skin gets dry.

    ---Melanie

 

 

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