lavender oatmeal bath is the easy diy your summer skin needs!

Lavender Oatmeal Bath l sherisilver.com

Everyone always complains about winter skin – dry, chapped, irritated. I don’t know, for me it’s summer skin that’s the problem. Between the heat, humidity, sand and salt water, by mid-summer my skin is crying for help.

Hello, help!

Lavender Oatmeal Bath l sherisilver.com

This oh-so-easy oatmeal bath is incredibly soothing and fragrant – perfect for skin that needs a little TLC, or frankly just an anytime spa experience.

Lavender Oatmeal Bath l sherisilver.com

Here’s why these ingredients create such a winning recipe when combined in a bath soak:

Baking soda: reduces skin irritation and itching, and provides detoxifying benefits

Epsom salt: long known for its skin soothing properties

Oatmeal: dry, itchy skin often has a high pH level which oats can normalize. Oats are also rich in saponins which provide a moisturizing and soothing effect.

Lavender: soothes inflammation and has analgesic, pain-relieving properties

Lavender Oatmeal Bath l sherisilver.com

Keep a jar of this by your bathtub, or bring it to a friend for a sweet, pampering gift!

Lavender Oatmeal Bath

1 1/2 cups quick oats
1 cup epsom salt
1/2 cup baking soda
30 – 40 drops Lavender essential oil

Process the oats in a food processor till it’s as fine as flour. Transfer to a bowl and add the epsom salt and baking soda. Add the Lavender oil and mix thoroughly. Transfer to an airtight jar. Use 1/2 – 1 cup per bath.

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This delicious recipe brought to you by Sheri Silver
https://sherisilver.com/2020/08/06/diy-lavender-oatmeal-bath/

Lavender Oatmeal Bath l sherisilver.com

Any suggestions made on this blog are very specific to Young Living essential oils and should not be used with oils from another source. Statements made on this website about Young Living Essential Oils have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products and information are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Anyone suffering from disease or injury should consult with a physician. If you are currently on medication, please do not stop.

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