Perfume or Essential Oil
- Combine the desired amount of Epsom salts (enough to fit in your jar)
- Add food coloring.
- Mix well so color is even.
- Add essential oil and mix again.
- Spread the mixture out on a sheet of wax paper to dry for a couple of hours
- Now put it in the bottle or jar.
- If you are making it for a gift you can put a pretty ribbon around the jar and you can even glue a little charm or flower on the front of the jar for decoration.
**While the salts can be used right away, the perfume or essential oil will blend better with the salt if it is allowed to set in the jar for a few weeks.
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