Make Your Own Soothing Bath Bomb

                   Are you dreaming of a luxurious bath in the midst of wonderfully good for you smells and delights right now? 

Why not look to The Purple Sage for bath and skin products made with love and integrity.  Owner, Sandy Engels, has created a menu of stress reducing lotions, soaps and Bubbleaux.  Yes, Bubbleaux (pronounced Bubble O) is a unique offering that takes the best of bath bomb skin softening luxury and magically adds bubbles! Bubbles without skin irritants!!  AND no slimy mess in your tub!

Sandy’s passion began when she discovered her “true love” at an aroma therapy workshop over a decade ago in pure lavender essential oil.  “Have you ever smelled the stuff they sell in stores?  Yeah, it’s fake and does nothing to enhance relaxation as I knew real lavender was known for”, Sandy shared.   Her product line has grown but using safe and real ingredients remains priority.

Whether you opt for Wisdom, Harmony, Courage, Balance or Stress Relief you’re sure to be pleased, pampered and positively restored.

For a limited time, Sandy is offering Kingdom Health readers a special bonus.  Until Feb 17 at midnight central time, order any soap and bubbleaux and get a free 2 ounce lotion ($7 savings).  Use code: kindgomhealth (Good for a one time use.)

At the end of the day, it is nice to have something relaxing to look forward to. It may not come until after help with homework, dinner, and laundry, but you can also jazz up your next bath with this soothing DIY bath bomb – a dry mixture made to dissolve in water and release wonderful aromas into the bath. 


DIY Bath Bomb Recipe: 

Ingredients
-1 cup baking soda
-½ cup citric acid
-½ cup of sea or Epsom salt
-¾ cup organic cornstarch (or substitute arrowroot)
-2 tablespoons of oil (olive, coconut, almond)
-2 teaspoons of witch hazel
-1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
-30-40 drops of your favorite essential oil

Instructions
-Combine dry ingredients in a large bowl and mix until combined.
-In a separate bowl, combine the oil, witch hazel and vanilla extract and stir well. Add essential oils if using.
-Add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients a few drops at a time. Mix well with hands.
-The mixture should hold together when squeezed without crumbling. You may need to add slightly more witch hazel if it hasn’t achieved this consistency yet.
-Quickly push the mixture into molds or greased muffin tins. Press in firmly and leave at least 24 hours, or until hardened.
-When dry, remove from molds and store in airtight container. Use within 2 weeks.


You are worth it and we are happy to offer this pampering offer to you!   Remember, If you are ready for some support, looking for more helpful information or need to talk — I love to listen!   Just schedule your complimentary discovery session here.

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