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  1. Hi Erin,

    I love your website and everything you create and share. Thank you. Would you mind telling me where I can find the jar that you use for your lavender vanilla scrub please?

  2. You can ise pink Himalayan sea salt if you dont want to add food coloring. It is the prettiest hue of pink and full of nutrients and minerals!

  3. Hi. I am a start-up gift basketeer. The bath salts and sugar scrubs sound great and I can’t wait to try out the recipes. I would like to include them in gift baskets I sell. What advice do you have regarding any steps I should take before selling these items?

    • Hi Annette, this recipe makes about 3 cups of finished product, so I put it in 3 one-cup jars. However, you could put all of it in one or divide it up. Enjoy!

  4. I was excited to try this out! I just made some intending it to be part of a Valentines gift. Unfortunately the red food colouring for some reason turned black!! I’m fairly disappointed, as the red in the photos looks so cute, but I hope it still works nevertheless.

    Any suggestions on brand(s) that may prevent this problem? I assume the colouring I bought is no good.


    • Good question, Amalla. I have never had an issue, it washed right down. However, just to be safe, I would test a small section in your tub to be sure. Also, the food coloring isn’t necessary, so you could always leave it out.

  5. I cannot wait to try this! I love my peppermint essential oil and this is sure to be awesome! I may give it as a Valentine’s Gift to the teachers 🙂 Found you on Titus 2 Tuesdays! So glad I did!

  6. This looks so refreshing and relaxing. I love the smell of peppermint and this would make an awesome gift for a tired mom or even a grandma like me !!! Thanks for sharing.

  7. This is such a pretty little gift, and something quite useful! I’ve not read about Epsom salts and detoxifying, but I will be now! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday! Pinned and tweeted!

  8. Erin, I take a hot bath every night and I love to add a bath bomb or bath salts. I have APS and my legs take the brunt of it, so a hot bath helps with the pain and the salts help with muscle ache and detox. This is the perfect recipe for a perfect bath! Pinning, thanks for the recipe, I’m really excited to try it.

    • I agree, Nikki! Perfect recipe for a perfect bath. I take Epsom salt bath to relax and unwind at night – the peppermint is a nice addition. Thanks for stopping by!

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