How to Make Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts

Now that Christmas is over you may find yourself craving a little rest and relaxation. What better way to unwind than with a luxurious and therapeutic soak in the bath tub?  Add fragrant lavender rosemary bath salts that you make yourself for increased benefits. Bath salts are known to provide a variety of aids to health.

How to make lavender rosemary bath saltsLavender is used as aromatherapy for insomnia and anxiety and is a perfect choice for bath salts. Commonly used in bath therapy, rosemary helps those suffering from eczema or joint and muscle pain (


DIY Lavender Rosemary Bath SaltsYou only need a few simple ingredients to make lavender rosemary bath salts:

1 cup Dead Sea, Himalayan, or Mediterranean sea salt
1 cup Epsom salt
1/2 cup course Kosher salt
10-20 drops essential lavender oil
2-3 tablespoons dried lavender buds
2 tablespoons crushed, dried rosemary
purple food coloring (optional)


Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts provide many benefits, including aid in sleeping, relief from bug bites, aid in circulation, and moreCombine the salts, lavender buds, and crushed rosemary in a bowl.

Add the essential lavender oil and mix thoroughly.


Make your own Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts for a therapeutic and relaxing bath soakAdd purple food coloring if desired. Use only a few drops at a time to get the right shade.


How to make Lavender Rosemary Bath SaltsOne of the benefits to making your own Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts, is that your home will smell fabulous when making it. I love the fragrance of lavender and sometimes add a couple drops to our heating vents in the winter.


Lavender Rosemary Bath Salts provide a variety of benefits, including aid in sleeping, relief from dry skin, reduced muscle soreness, and more.You’ll want to store your bath salts in an airtight container to retain the fragrance.

I prefer clear jars so you can see the pretty bath salts on the shelf.

To use, add one to two handfuls of bath salts after a couple of inches of water have filled the tub. Hold the salts under the faucet and let them fall into the running water.  You can stir the water around with your hand to help them dissolve. The fragrance will be released with the steam and your bathroom will smell heavenly!


How to make Lavender Rosemary Bath SaltsLavender Rosemary Bath Salts make great gifts throughout the year.

But truth be told, I like to keep them for myself!


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  1. Lavender is so pleasant,Thank you for this idea! I love the dryer idea and the linen spray idea too. just happen to have lavender left over from making Lavender Honey Peaches 🙂

    • There’s so many wonderful uses for lavender! And a bagful of the buds sure go a long way! I still have a jar of the peaches left. I may have to get those out this week.

  2. This sounds so soothing. I need to make some for my ‘killing me work days” baths. This next two weeks is going to be killer. I don’t have a day off for 10 days straight so my muscle relaxing baths each night are a life saver. 🙂 Thank you.

  3. I want to smell the salts after looking at your pictures! I might have to make these-thanks!

  4. I bet they smell heavenly and they look pretty too 🙂

  5. Sounds great! Where do you get those jars….cute. How much is a couple handfuls, maybe 1/2 cup? Thanks

    • Hi JoAnn! I got the jars at Hobby Lobby. They have an assortment of sizes. Their glass jars frequently go on sale for 50% off so I always try to snag them during the sale.

  6. carol Jane says:

    Where do you get the lavender?

  7. I love this, Jennifer! And your photography 😉
    Hugs, Jamie

  8. Great relaxation recipe!
    Will deff try it.


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