Thursday, December 10, 2009

How to Make Aromatic Blend Bath Salts blend bath salts is using fragrance oil for the aroma. Although it's not using essential oils but aromatic blend still can help you relax, leaving all the stress behind.
I will introduced you a very simple bath salt recipe.It's a dreamy fragranced recipe using a blend of two different fragrance oils: white musk and jasmine.
I've always fond with white musk especially from Body Shop. And combine with jasmine. Hmm! An aroma that I can't resist.


  1. Add the white musk and jasmine fragrance oil to the dendritic salt.
  2. Blend well until the oil was absorb by the dendritic salt. Please use a large bowl to mix it.
  3. Add the Epsom salt to the bowl and stir well.
  4. Add liquid dye color altogether and blend well.
  5. Your bath salts are done and ready for packaging.


  • Please use a stainless steel bowl or glass mixing bowl to blend the ingredient.
  • To keep your colors looking vibrant, make sure you store your salts out of the sun or bright light.
  • Epsom salt can be replaced with other salt. Check our sources below.

Things You'll Need
  • 2 cups Epsom salt.
  • 3 tablespoons dendritic salt.
  • 3/4 teaspoon white musk fragrance oil.
  • 1/8 teaspoon jasmine essential oil.
  • 6 drops Blue 1 liquid dye.
  • 10 drops Red 30 liquid dye.

  1. Apply moisturizer or concealer to a makeup sponge gently, don't soak it.
  2. Close lids, and apply moisturizer or concealer to lids.
  3. Let dry.
  4. Dust lids with loose translucent powder.
  5. Choose a “base" eye shadow color. You can also use a primer.
  6. Apply “base" color over the entire lid. Be careful not to let eye shadow fall onto cheek or under eyes.
  7. Pick an accent color - a shade or two darker than the base.
  8. Wet brush, and dip in eye shadow.
  9. Apply color to the outside corners of your eyelids; be careful not to go near or above the eyelid crease. Go slowly, and you will be fine.
  10. Apply more shadow just above lashes, where you would put eye liner.
  11. Apply two coats of mascara to the top and bottom lashes, without waiting for mascara to dry in between coats.

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