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« on: March 09, 2009 09:40:04 PM »

I have just started to enjoy taking baths, I've always been a shower gal. I have some epsom salts that I really like to add to the bath. But I also have some Burts Bees Apricot Oil that I used on my baby. Can I add some of that to the salts to make it smell nice? Is it something I can make in a bigger batch and then just use a portion of when I have a bath? I don't want to waste the oil if it doesn't work. Thanks!

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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2009 09:56:41 AM »

Hmm, it should be fine. I'm not familiar with that product, but I have added oils to my salts before. Be careful when you're getting in and out,  it could make the tub quite slippery. You might need to experiment around to see how much of the oil you need to get the fragrance in the bath. If you have to use too much it might be more ecocomical to find a similar smelling fragrance oil to add to the salts instead of the ready made product.

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