- On December 22, 2014
The Spa and Wellness experience doesn’t have to be exclusive to Spa and Wellness Centers. There are many ways to achieve a spa like experience at home without enduring the continuous cost of monthly spa visits. Part of your job as a spa owner or expert is to extend your knowledge to your clients and provide them with tools and information to be use at home. While going to a center is still important, incorporating certain aspects of wellness and spa activities at home and actually make for a better in-center spa experience later. Here are some excellent recipes for homemade bath salts to help build your clients trust and score reoccurring clients. These bath salts can also be utilized in your spa
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE BATH SALTS
Making homemade bath salts is surprisingly easy, affordable and to say the least, beneficial. There are many combinations you can make that specifically target and improve certain ailments. All you need is two parts Epsom salt, two parts kosher salt and one part baking soda and the essential oils of your choice.
INGREDIENTS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Salts: Salts contain many beneficial minerals that are absorbed through the skin. These minerals help to ease muscle soreness and relieve built up tension.
Baking Soda: Baking soda is used for a couple of reasons. While bath salts and essential oils are luxurious and helpful, too much can irritate the skin. Baking soda is added to help prevent skin irritation during your bath. Baking soda is also a great ingredient to help make skin smooth and stay that way for longer.
Essential Oils: Adding essential oils to your bath help to subside or heal specific aliments you may be experiencing. There are many combinations you can try to increase comfort, achieve better sleep and clear the mind, among other things.
Show our chart below to your clients to help them determine the best recipe.
1 Cup of Epsom Salt
1 Cup of Kosher Salt
1/2 Cup of Baking Soda
20 Drops of the Essential Oils of your choice
1. Pour 1 Cup Epsom Salt and 1 Cup Kosher Salt into a Jar.
2. Add 1/2 Cup of Baking Soda
3. Stir in Your Essential Oils
Store finished bath salts in a cool, dark place for best results. Place 1/4 to 1/2 cup per bath for best results.