Stop and Smell the Roses

By: Mandy Kellogg Rye, Waiting on Martha

Whether your summer is filled with glorious long days in the sun or a heightened bustle from here to there, recharge your body and mind with a bath time ritual. Drift away in total relaxation with this recipe for homemade rosewater bath salts, a luxury inspired by the Caldrea gardens and enjoyed in the comforts of your home.

A simple pairing of Himalayan pink salt, dried rose petals and natural oils compliment the warm tones in Caldrea’s Rosewater Driftwood fragrance.

1 cup dried rose petals
2 tablespoons rose essential oil
1 tablespoon chamomile essential oil
1 cup Epsom salt
1/2 cup pink Himalayan sea salt

Mix together and place in a sealable glass jar.

As you draw the bath, create the ultimate oasis by lighting a Rosewater Driftwood candle. Allow yourself to truly be present in this peaceful moment, and let yourself bask in the tub while enjoying the renewing act of cleansing. The therapeutic essential oils will invigorate your senses and give your body the gentle care it deserves.  

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