Warming Balsam Fir Mineral Bath Salts

I don’t think I’m ever not going to be into baths. I love sliding into a nice hot dip and just letting all of my bothers disappear into the water. The other day I was feeling far from my best, so I threw some grocery store bath salts into the tub, and took a soak. I didn’t expect much from the salts, as I’ve become a stuck up jerk when it comes to my baths. But you know what? This was amazing.


Bath salts are different from bath bombs mostly just in appearances. They’re salts, so they aren’t in a big ball like many bath bombs are. They also don’t tend to make your water all sorts of crazy colors, which isn’t really a bad thing. Sometimes the ingredients that create those colors can make your tub slippery. Luckily you don’t have to worry about that with salts, as they aren’t colorful (at least none of the ones that I’ve used are)!


The Pure Essential Oils bath salts that I used were made of balsam fir, eucalyptus, and juniper berries. It was a very christmassy scent, and I loved it! I found it incredibly relaxing, and the steam helped me feel better as well.

Pure Essential Oils is rad because not only are they less expensive than their competitors(I believe this package was $1.99), but they also don’t test on animals ours synthetic ingredients, paragons, or petroleum! It’s great for your wallet, you body, and the world! I highly recommend these to anyone looking to relax this season.











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