Flower Garden Bath Soak Blend

A bowl of colorful floral bath soak

This beautiful soak, filled with colorful flowers and a pretty floral scent, is reminiscent of a walk through a flower garden on a lovely spring day.

You can use any combination of dried flowers that you like. For this batch shown, I used cornflower, rose and calendula.

(You can also find this recipe in my Natural Bath Care Package – which contains inspiring recipes along with tips for creating all-natural bath bombs and soaks.)

 

dried flower petals

Ingredients List For Flower Garden Bath Soak Blend

  • 1/2 cup fine sea salt
  • 1/2 cup dried flowers of your choice
  • 1/4 cup extra coarse sea salt
  • 4 drops lavender essential oil
  • 2 drops clary sage essential oil (or geranium, rose, or more lavender)

 

a food processor with salt and dried flowers

Ingredient & Equipment Source

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Fine Sea Salt – should be available in your local grocery store, alongside regular table salt.

Coarse Sea Salt – check local stores, or I used THIS wonderful extra coarse kind from Amazon.

Dried Flowersdry your own (directions HERE) or use from this beautiful botanical flowers kit (buy HERE).

Essential Oils – I like Mountain Rose Herbs for body care projects like this one, but use your own favorite brand.

Mini Food Processor – check the kitchenware section of local stores, or HERE on Amazon.

Jars or BagsMountain Rose Herbs has muslin or poly-lined bags that are great for bath soaks, or you could package in jars.

 

salt and dried flowers mixed together

Directions to Make Flower Garden Bath Soak

Step 1

Using a mini food processor, blend the fine sea salt and dried flowers, just until coarsely chopped. Don’t overly process or they’ll turn into a powder.

Step 2

Combine the extra coarse sea salt and essential oils, then add the ground flower and salt mixture. Stir everything together until thoroughly combined.

Step 3

Store the soak in a tightly closed glass jar, out of direct sunlight, for three to four months, keeping in mind the scent may fade over time and need refreshing.

To Use

Tie the soak in a muslin tea bag (or clean sock) before adding to a bathtub being filled with comfortable warm water. Relax and enjoy!

 

a bath bomb and floral bath soak

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flower garden bath soak blend

Jan
 

Jan Berry is a writer, herbalist, soapmaker, and bestselling author of The Big Book of Homemade Products, Simple & Natural Soapmaking, and Easy Homemade Melt & Pour Soaps. She lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains with her family and a menagerie of animals, where she enjoys brainstorming creative things to make with the flowers and weeds that grow around her.

  • Karen vancoppenolleurbanski says:

    Would this be a one time amount for bath?

  • Curious Girl says:

    Thanks for a great post. Could I perhaps replace some of the salt with epsom salt for tired muscles?

  • Liz (Eight Acres) says:

    This looks so good, I love a long hot bath :)

  • Paige says:

    Do you have to add the essential oils

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