Make a Spa-Worthy Bath with These Tips and Tricks

If ever there was a time in our lives that called for a relaxing sanctuary in the comfort of our own homes, itโ€™s now. Baths are blissful escapes, self-care that really is caring and nurturing and rejuvenating, whether youโ€™ve got twenty minutes for a quick soak or a whole hour - make your next bath something special.

Make your next bath a spa with our guide


How to use bath salts?

Preparing Your Bath:

  1. Add 1/3 of the bath salts to your bathtub under warm, running water.
  2. Allow the salts to dissolve. Depending on the specific bath salt used, your water may take on a vibrant shade of pink or blue-green.
  3. Once the water reaches a comfortable temperature, settle in for a therapeutic soak. (Note: One jar provides for 3 baths.)
  4. For an enhanced experience, light a candle and play some calming tunes. The combination of a bath and aromatherapy can not only relax the body but also pave the way for deep reflection and rejuvenation.


How to use bath salts without a bathtub?

Glad you asked! Since not everyone has access to a bathtub, there's still a way to get the benefits of bath salts.

For a Hand or Foot Soak Using Bath Salts:

  1. Fill a basin with warm water, ensuring it's deep enough to submerge up to your ankles.
  2. Mix in a tablespoon of bath salts.
  3. Even without immersing your entire body, this soak allows for beneficial magnesium absorption.


What do bath salts help with?

Bath salts are popular for various therapeutic reasons:

  1. Relaxation: The magnesium in Epsom salts can promote relaxation by reducing muscle tension.
  2. Skin Care: Many bath salts have minerals that can cleanse and purify the skin, potentially improving its texture and tone.
  3. Detoxification: Soaking in bath salts may help draw out impurities and toxins from the body.
  4. Relief from Muscle Pain: Warm baths with Epsom salts can alleviate muscle soreness and cramps.
  5. Improved Sleep: The relaxation from a warm salt bath may aid in better sleep.
  6. Stress Reduction: Magnesium absorption can help produce serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical, thus potentially reducing stress.

It's worth noting, however, that while many people find relief and relaxation from using bath salts, the extent of their therapeutic effects can vary from person to person. Always consult with a healthcare provider if you're using them for specific health concerns.

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