Fizzy bath tablets

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Fizzy bath tablets

Post by summerstorm » Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:58 am

What You Will Need for One Batch:
· 1/2 C. Baking Soda
· 1/2 C. Cornstarch
· 1/2 C. Citric Acid
· Crushed, Dried Flowers (chamomile, lavender, jasmine)
· Your Aromatic Blend (see recipes below)
· Small Cookie Cutters in Your Favorite Shapes

To Make Your Bath Tablets:
· Prepare your aromatic blends by combining the essential
oils small jars.
· Place the cookie cutters on waxed paper. Do not grease
them with petroleum jelly!
· In a large glass bowl, mix together the baking soda,
cornstarch, and citric acid.
· Add the aromatherapy blend of your choice, and the crushed
dried flowers. Mix well.
· Using a spray-mist bottle, gently mist the mixture,
blending as you go until they just hold together. Be careful
not to overmist, as the mixture will fizz prematurely!
· Press the damp mixture into the cookie cutters to form.
Place your hand or a piece of cardboard over the mold and
flip over to gently remove the solid form. Let dry overnight.
· Gently toss two tablets into the bathwater and enjoy the
bubbles and fizz and the delightful aroma! Soak for at least
15 minutes and embrace the moment. Deeply breathe the uplifting
fragrance and allow your worries to wash away!

***Sensual Aromatherapy Blend:
· 6 drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
· 4 drops Jasmine Essential Oil
· 2 drops Cinnamon Essential Oil

***Stress-Reliever Aromatherapy Blend:
· 4 drops Lavender Essential Oil
· 4 drops Geranium Essential Oil
· 5 drops Marjoram Essential Oil

***Energy Boost Aromatherapy Blend
· 6 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
· 5 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil
· 5 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
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Post by brylletc » Wed May 14, 2008 10:45 pm

Thanks for this recipe. Looks pretty similar to some bath salts recipe, so is it possible for salts to be added? To make it some sort of bar soak.

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Thank you for the info.

Post by gshower69 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 3:52 am

I have always wondered how to make them. I can't wait to try them they sound very good. Thanks again!
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