Stressed out? Yeah, me too. I’m so used to going, going, going all the time, and now we can’t go anywhere. Sometimes it feels like I don’t even remember how to sit and do nothing. Taking time for yourself is good for self-care. Maybe we need to look to the sloth as a role model! The sloth doesn’t answer emails over lunch, the sloth just hangs out. This recipe for sloth soaking salts will encourage you to spend some time in the tub, doing nothing but relaxing.
MAKE SLOTH SOAKING SALTS
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE SOAKING SALTS
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HOW TO MAKE DIY SOAKING SALTS
Time needed: 15 minutes.
Making Sloth Soaking Salts
- Mix the ingredients.
Create a 2:1 ration of Epsom salts and citric acid. For an 8 ounce jar, use 2/3 cup of Epsom salts and 1/3 cup of citric acid.
- Scent the soaking salts.
Add a few drops of essential oils to the mixture. Lavender, peppermint, and eucalyptus are all great choices, but you can use whatever scent you like best.
- Mix the salts.
Replace the lid of the jar tightly, and shake the jar until the ingredients are fully mixed.
- Add a label or tag.
Add a label or tag to the jar of soaking salts with ingredients for use.
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