You can make homemade bath salts quickly and easily, following this simply recipe. This recipe can be customized and adapted to suit your needs if you desire a custom blend of your own. These bath salts can also be resold for profit, to find out how, please sign-up for the free scents & beauty business course. You can click here to sign-up, and to find out more about this fabulous course.
It’s not that difficult to make homemade bath salts at all. What you’ll need is a large mixing bowl, a few ingredients, a plastic or metal spoon and a whisk.
The recipe below is one of my best recipes, and also one of my best selling products. This recipe makes a salt that leaves the skin feeling absolutely fabulous! The salt provides healing benefits and soothing relief. While the added cocoa butter and jojoba oil provides moisturizing qualities that your skin will love.
If you wish to sell your bath salts, then I highly recommend that you make 4 pound batches at a time. By doing this, you create enough salts in bulk to justify the time and effort in making a batch. While still ensuring that the batch is small enough so that you can incorporate and mix all of the ingredients thoroughly.
How To make Homemade Bath Salts
First, you will want to have a good mixing bowl. Stainless steal is the best type of bowl to use, here in this video, I am using a Kitchenaid mixing bowl. You will need a spoon and whisk for the mixing.
When you add the cocoa butter, oil and fragrance, the liquids will cause the salt to adhere to one another. The whisk is the best utensil that you can use to break up the mix thoroughly.
Once you break up the grains with the whisk, you will use a spoon to incorporate salts from the bottom with salts layered at the top. The whisk is too flimsy to handle this task, so a sturdy metal or plastic spoon is best for this task.
The video below demonstrates how to accurately mix your bath salts. Each ingredient is mixed well before adding another. The baking soda and colorant is added after the liquid ingredients are added. This helps to ensure that the soda and colorant stays as dry as possible, to help prevent clumps and unsightly coloring.
If you add the soda or colorant first, then it can cause uneven distribution, resulting in an inferior product.
Reselling Your Homemade Bath Salts For Profit
You can also resell your bath salts for profit, they make a great selling product! I have over 20 years experience making and selling homemade bath products. Bath salts have always been my number one selling product.
It never fails. When you create a product that delights the skin and senses, then people are going to love it!
Regardless of rather you wish to make money to support your hobby, or if you wish to start your own home based business. There’s many things to learn. Yet it can be so much fun that it makes it a truly enjoyable job for so many! Just look at YouTube and see how many people are making a fabulous income, working from their own home selling bath & beauty products.
If you’d love to join this trend, then I highly recommend you sign-up for the free Scents & Beauty Business course. It’s available free of charge at ScentsCourse.com.
About The Scents & Beauty Business Course
The scents & beauty business course takes you by the hand, and walks you step-by-step towards starting your own home based business with bath salts being the very first product to get you started!
People love my bath salts so much, that I regularly have others ask me for bigger batches so they can stay in stock! This recipe I share with you here, is one of my proven best sellers, but I have many more exotic and luxurious recipes that I share with those who take the course.
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- 4 Pounds Salt Blend
- 1/2 Pound Baking Soda
- 1/4 Cup Jojoba Oil
- 2 Ounces Cocoa Butter Melted
- 1 Ounce Fragrance Oil
- 1/4 Teaspoon Colorant
- Add the salt to your mixing bowl.
- Add the cocoa butter, mix well.
- Add the jojoba oil, mix well.
- Add the fragrance, mix well.
- Add the baking soda, mix well.
- Add the colorant, mix well.