DIY Herbal Bath Soak for Valentine’s Day Gifts

3 Materials
10 Minutes

Create a simple DIY herbal bath soak for someone special in your life. It’s an easy way to remind best friend, mother or even your overworked coworker not just that they are important to you, but also that they are totally deserving of self care. Whether you need gifts for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s day or wedding favors for your friends and family, this easy herbal bath soak is ready to gift in just 5-minutes or less!

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you may be looking for a quick and easy last minute  Valentine’s day gift idea. These DIY herbal bath soaks are the perfect relaxing, bath time treat to help your BFF or loved one celebrate the holiday self care style. Or, keep this easy idea in mind for spring wedding favors or even DIY Mother’s day gifts this May.

This test tube style herbal bath soak DIY uses pre-blended relaxing bath herbs from Mountain Rose Herbs. However, if you already have organic herbs and botanicals on hand, you can customize the herbs that go into your bath soak to suit your taste. I chose to use the relaxing bath herbs for their robust floral fragrance and natural beauty.

If desired, you can also add cosmetic bath salts to your herbal bath soak. Simply layer the relaxing bath herbs with bath salts of choice in between each layer.

To make your bath soaks for Valentine's Day gifts, use a large funnel or a rolled up sheet of paper to fill each test tube with the relaxing bath herbs.

Then insert the cork into each test tube to close.

Now place a sticker on the end of the corks.

If desired, you can also tie a ribbon around the top of the test tubes.

That’s it! It really is that quick and easy to make your own DIY herbal bath soak gifts. (Sometimes packaging is everything!)

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Rebecca D. Dillon
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