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DIY Jasmine Rose Bath Salts For A Relaxing Spa Night

Homemade Jasmine Rose Bath Salts

Do you love to relax in the bath with a good book or enjoy a glass of wine after a long week? Then it’s time to step up your spa night game. Evocative DIY jasmine rose bath salts are easy to add a touch of luxury to your DIY spa night without breaking the bank. All you need is a few natural ingredients, a couple of minutes, and a tub to soak your troubles away.

What are DIY Jasmine Rose Bath Salts

Jasmine bath salts are an aromatic mixture of Epsom salt and a blend of essential oils. You can dissolve them in your warm bath to soothe the senses, aches and pains while bringing forth positive vibes. They are your key to remedying the frustrations of the week. 

Why Do You Need Jasmine Rose Bath Salts

Taking long, warm baths is some of life’s greatest pleasures. Taking a soak in a warm bath with jasmine bath salts can turn a humble bath into a treat. Fragrant jasmine essential oil will scent your bath salts with a rich, sweet, sensual smell that will enhance mood and restore energy. The calming properties of the Epsom salt soak are well known for their ability to relieve aches and pains and sore muscles and promote peaceful sleep. A perfect DIY spa treatment for a relaxing and rejuvenating evening. 

Epsom salts: A popular natural remedy for various ailments, Epsom salts are believed to relieve stress, relax tense muscles, reduce pain, promote sleep, relieve dry and itchy skin and restore the body’s magnesium supply. These salts are available at most grocery stores.

Coconut oil: Rich in lauric acid, coconut oil is a soothing hydrator that helps to moisturise dry skin, leaving it soft and supple. It is also a fantastic emollient – meaning it not only helps to retain moisture and shields skin from environmental pollutants and impurities.

A blend of jasmine, lime, and sandalwood essential oil creates a sweet floral aroma that will captivate your senses and pull you in with a swirl of luxury. Jasmine is well known for relaxing the senses and promoting a state of mind that’s happy and content. The lime essential oil is uplifting and leaves a zesty citrus scent that makes you feel light and crisp, just like a warm breeze. Sandalwood’s creamy woody fragrance has a calming effect.

How to Use Bath Salts

To make the bath salts, dissolve three to four level tablespoons of Jasmine Rose Bath Salts into a warm bath and enjoy!

DIY Jasmine Rose Bath Salts Recipe

Now that we covered the basics of Jasmine Rose Bath Salts, let’s get down to how you can make them!

DIY Jasmine Rose Bath Salts For A Relaxing Spa Night

Recipe by Kay GuptaDifficulty: Beginner Formulator


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Soak in style and comfort with these luxurious DIY bath salts for your tub, enjoying the sensual scent of jasmine oil.


  • Bring 2-3 cm of water to a simmer over low heat in a saucepan.
  • Weigh the coconut oil in a heat resistant glass beaker and place it into the water bath to melt. Coconut oil has a very low melting point so it won’t take long.  
  • Once the oil has melted, set it aside and allow it to cool down to under 40°C.
  • Add essential oils and stir until well combined.
  •  Weigh Epsom salt in a small mixing bowl and pour the oil mixture into the salt, stirring until well combined.
  • Add dried rose and jasmine flower petals and combine well. 
  • Transfer the bath salts into an airtight glass jar, date, label and store away from direct sunlight. 

Skin Patch Test

  • Although ingredients used in jasmine bath salts may be well-tolerated by most people, some may be sensitive or even allergic to them. If that sounds like you, apply a small amount of the product onto a clear patch of skin and leave it for 24-48 hours. If your skin turns red, itchy, or you experience any irritations, discontinue using the product.
  • Please consult your healthcare professional or a qualified aromatherapist before incorporating essential oils into your skincare regimen if you are pregnant. Even though they are natural products, they are also concentrated chemical compounds. They might not be safe to use while you are expecting. 

Shelf Life and Storage

You can expect bath salts to last anywhere between three to six months. However, the exact shelf life is hard to determine without putting the product through stability testing. If you notice any change in smell, colour or texture, dispose of the product and whip up a new batch. Store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. 


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Please remember that swapping the ingredients in the formula will alter the final product. Consider how the ingredient you wish to switch will affect the final product’s scent, consistency, or absorbency when making changes. 

Epsom salts: Even though they offer many benefits, you don’t have to limit yourself. You’ll find bath salts in various colours, scents and shapes on the market, from pink Himalayan salt to Meditteranean and Dead sea bath salts. Here are a few to inspire you. The pick is yours.

Coconut oil: Even though it adds a tropical twist to the formula and is incredibly good for the skin, you could swap it with babassu oil. You can also use sunflower oil if you can’t get hold of any of the above. 

Essential oils: Jasmine absolute is known as a king of essential oils. Its price tag matches its status. It takes many workers to collect delicate tiny flowers to prepare the oil. If you aren’t ready to blow your budget on an essential oil, tuberose oil or ho wood essential oil are suitable substitutes. Before switching essential oils, be mindful that some can cause sensitisation. You can find out more about the safe use of fragrance ingredients by visiting https://ifrafragrance.org.


Do I have to add oil to my bath salts?

If you’d like to add essential oils to your bath, it’s critical you mix them in vegetable oil first. Essential oils don’t mix with water. Adding drops of essential oil directly to the bathtub and then stepping into it can cause irritations as droplets attach themself to the skin, often in sensitive areas. You can read more about bath safety at Tisserand Institute, a leading expert on essential oils. 

Should I shower after bath salts?

Soaking in bath salts provides a soothing, relaxing experience. However, Epsom salts can be drying for the skin. Taking a shower after the bath will help rinse off any excess salt deposits on your skin, minimising the drying effect. 

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