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This just might be my favorite DIY gift idea with essential oils yet! You can put together some bath salts that will help someone you love send their stresses away for right around $1! Yes, indeed!
To make this relaxing blend, you need 3 ingredients and about 30 seconds. 🙂
- 1 cup Epsom salts (find them at drug stores, too!)
- 1/2 cup baking soda
- 5 drops Young Living Stress Away essential oil blend
Simply combine all of the ingredients together until well combined (I find the oils will blend the best if you use your hands to mix everything together). I would recommend adding 1/4 cup to each bath.
This smells absolutely divine thanks to the blend of copaiba, lime, cedarwood, vanilla, ocotea and lavender that you can only find in Stress Away. It is one of my all-time favorite blends and the mere smell of it truly helps me calm down.
So if you are looking for a DIY gift idea that will be so appreciated by someone in your life who could use a spa-like bath experience AND if you are looking to keep your budget in check all at the same time, you can’t go wrong with this blend! Stress Away is just 12 cents/drop and Epsom salts and baking soda are both very affordable products. Just find a small mason jar with a lid or any other type of pretty glass container (I see them all the time at thrift stores), tie a ribbon around it, and there you go!
And if you are new to Young Living and need some help getting your hands on Stress Away, I’d love to help you out! I place orders once a month and allow folks who are new to the brand to order at my wholesale price. Stress Away is $29.75 plus tax and shipping for a 15 ml bottle, which contains 250 drops. That will make a heck of a lot of bath salts! 🙂