Pretty in Pink Rose and Himalayan Salt Soak

Feminine and pretty, this floral salt soak smells like roses and has a beautiful soft pink color thanks to the Himalayan salts.

I love this particular DIY salt soak recipe because it takes about five minutes to create and makes a great gift. 

Pretty in Pink Rose and Himalayan Salt Soak. Feminine and pretty, this floral salt soak smells like roses and has a beautiful soft pink color thanks to the Himalayan salts. I love this particular DIY salt soak recipe because it takes about five minutes to create and makes a great gift. 

What Makes this Salt Soak Special

Often times when I create these DIY projects, I have an artistic vision in mind. Salt soaks, scrubs, body butters and oils can sometimes get a little repetitive if you've been making them for years. These days I try to think of what would be visually stimulating as well as therapeutic and relaxing.

This is not a complicated salt soak to make. It's not outside of the box. But it is classically gorgeous and feminine and seductive. Sometimes it's not about coming up with something entirely new, but recreating something you know that works.

If you're lucky enough to have a bathtub, then I suggest whipping this up and enjoy it in the tub a couple of times a week!

If you're interested in more recipes then be sure to check out my book, Home Bath Bombs, Salts, & Scrubs which has over 300 recipes. It's available on Amazon and is a great handbook for creating DIYs. I even refer to it myself and I wrote it!

Pretty in Pink Rose and Himalayan Salt Soak. Feminine and pretty, this floral salt soak smells like roses and has a beautiful soft pink color thanks to the Himalayan salts. I love this particular DIY salt soak recipe because it takes about five minutes to create and makes a great gift. 

Rose and Himalayan Salt Soak Recipe

Ingredients: 

Supplies:

26-32 oz mason jar

Directions:

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix.
  2. Pour into the mason jar and store in a dry cool place.

How to Use:

Draw a warm to hot bath and drop a handful of the salt soak in. Relax.

Note: I always sterilize my DIY beauty containers first by placing them in boiling water for about five minutes and then letting them air dry and cool down before using them. 

Love DIY beauty? Check out our digital guide, the Babe-Face DIY Skincare Starter Kit to learn how to completely transition to a luxurious and completely natural homemade skincare routine.


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