Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 1 hr 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Treat yourself and also make this as a gift. I did not give amounts of the fragrance oil, just add them by "smell" Use the layering technique, don't make it too wet with the oils because the layers will become the same color then, or just mix it all together. The salts will have a light golden brown color.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put the salt and the baking soda in a large glass bowl, mix well, add the fragrances.
  2. If you want to layer the salt in jars take half of the salt out and put in another bowl so that stays white.
  3. Add the cinnamon to the other half and mix well.
  4. Cover the bowl and leave for an hour.
  5. Uncover and take a good sniff, you can adjust the smell and add some more fragrance.
  6. Put in jars, when layering, slightly tilt the jar, scoop a few spoonfulls white, then the cinnamon and so on.
  7. Top the lid with nice wrapping paper or cotton, tie a string around and attach a label.
  8. Use several spoonfulls for a bath.


Most Helpful

This was awesome!!!My first homemade bath salt,though I use your scrub a lot.Thanks for sharing another great one.Many would love to have it as a gift.

littlemafia December 26, 2010

These were wonderful!! Thank you so much!! I absolutely adore them and so does my mom!!

ShortyBond January 19, 2006

Pick A Chef couldn't have come at a better time. I'm so glad I chose this recipe as one of the 3 to fix. Not only does the finished product look and smell great, my whole house smells like apple pie. My daughter's school is doing a fund raiser and the kids from her class are to bring in bath and body products...guess what we are sending??? I've already got their jar ready and decorated. DD used this in her bath last order to "sample" it...she loved it and can't wait to try other scents. Thanks for sharing this recipe and for answering many questions. ;) ~k

~kdp September 24, 2005

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