Who doesn’t love a nice warm bath on a frosty winter’s evening? Add some warming chai spice bath salts to help you relax with that fragrant aroma. Be sure to bring along a cup of homemade Roasted Dandelion Root Chai for a blissful experience.
Warming Qualities of Chai Spice Bath Salts
Chai spices are warming not only when you consume them, but when you bath with them as well. So, the next time you are “chilled to the bone,” warm yourself up with these amazing bath salts.
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Bath salts help you to unwind and relieve stress as well, so enjoy as often as you like.
Good For Your Skin
Dead Sea salt has a higher mineral content than regular sea salt and is considered highly therapeutic.
And these salts have been shown to improve skin quality.
This study found that bathing in water to which Dead Sea salt was added resulted in improved skin barrier function, moisturized skin better than plain tap water, and significantly reduced skin roughness and redness.
I like to add baking soda to the bath salt recipe as well since it helps the water to feel softer on my skin.
The chai spice bath salts can be added directly to your bath, but a quick rinse of your tub will be required afterwards. Alternatively, you can put the bath salts in small, muslin bags.
Your warm, luxuriant bath is waiting for you; enjoy!
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Warming Chai Spice Bath Salts
- Stir the powdered spices, Dead Sea salt, and baking soda together. Store in an airtight container.
- To use, add 1/2 cup of the baths salts to your warm bath. Placing the bath salts in a muslin bag will help to keep your tub clean.
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