DIY Allergy Bath Salt Recipe for Seasonal Relief

DIY Allergy Bath Salt Recipe for Seasonal Relief

Allergy Bath Salt Recipe
When the weather is warm, it can be difficult to stay indoors. Nature has so much to offer, and there’s a lot to take in and experience. However, enjoying the great outdoors does come with a negative for many, and that’s allergies. For many, their allergies quickly turn a good time into a bad one, especially if precautions are not taken. Allergy symptoms can be draining, literally, so it’s important to practice self-care when you are not feeling at your best. There’s nothing better than taking a nice, relaxing bath when you are feeling under the weather, especially if it can help reduce your congestion at the same time. Our recipe below is sure to help provide some relief from the symptoms you face and will help soothe and relax your muscles. So, if your allergies take a lot out of you, try out this relaxing allergy bath salt recipe!

DIY Allergy Bath Salt Recipe

What You Need:

• 2 cups of Himalayan pink salt
• 2 cups of Epsom salt
• 1 cup of baking soda
• 10-15 drops of eucalyptus essential oil
• 10-15 drops of peppermint essential oil
• 15-20 drops of lavender essential oil
• 5-10 drops of cinnamon essential oil
• 1 Tbsp. of your choice of carrier oil (i.e., coconut, almond, jojoba, etc.)
• Airtight container
• Mixing bowl
• Funnel
• Whisk or wooden spoon

Directions:

1. Add ingredients into a large mixing bowl, minus the essential oils, and mix well with a whisk or a wooden spoon.

2. Add in essential oils, and adjust to taste. Mix well.

3. Use a funnel to add your bath salts to your choice of container(s). Ensure that the container is airtight, and keep stored in a cool and dry place.

4. To use in a bath, add 1-2 cups to warm bathwater. Stir with your hands to dissolve bath salts.

5. For showers, sprinkle a ½-1 cup across shower floor and shower as usual.

6. When using for the first time, keep your bathes short in the beginning. You will want to see how your body reacts. Consult with your physician if you have medical conditions before using this DIY recipe.

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