Candy Cane Bath SaltsCookingAndCrafting
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Here is a quick beauty item you can whip together without too much fuss and most homes will have these items. (most, not all!)
2 c. Epsom salt
1/4 c. unscented liquid soap
1 tsp. light oil, such as canola, sunflower or sweet almond
3 tsp. peppermint extract
Red food coloring
Stir soap, extract and oil together and set aside.
Pour half of the salts onto one cookie sheet, then add six drops of red food coloring to the other half the salts. Mix well. Spread colored salts onto another cookie sheet. It would probably help to line the sheets with a paper towel or parchment paper, as it does adhere a little to the pans.
Pour the oil mixture over the salts until evenly coated. Air-dry overnight or until salts feel dry. I "stirred" mine around once or twice to help some of the bigger sections dry more quickly.
Layer the red and white salts into a reclosable jar. Keeps indefinitely.
**You can get sunflower oil in any grocery store. You can purchase sweet almond oil from www.coastalscents.com I have no affiliation with Coastal Scents. It is just who I bought my supplies from when I buy my makeup.
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