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  • Xristina Samira

    Ooo or these: herb/salt bath soaks. Place 1-2 cups Epsom salt into a large bowl, and mix in 1/2 cup of the dried flowers and herbs. Add a handful of bath beads, and fill each tea bag with the mix. My first batch of bathtub tea bags was only filled up to about the half-way point. Next time, I think I will fill the tea bags 3/4 of the way full.

  • Sarah Palermo

    Bathtub tea bags full of lavender and epsom salts and bath beads. Easy DIY for gifts

  • Cynth Love

    DIY: Bathtub Tea Here's what I used to create my bathtub tea bags: Extra Large Tea Bags Dried lavender Flowers Bath Salts (or Epsom Salt) Dried Hyacinth Flowers Bath Beads (filled with fragrant oil) You can also use dried roses, dried chamomile, dried mint etc...

  • Addicus P. Ditty

    DIY Bathtub Tea Bags for a lovely herbal soak without the mess! Perfect gift ideas.

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