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New Moon Magic DIY Bath Salts

New moons are a time for releasing the old, and embracing new beginnings. What better way is there to wash your cares away and renew your whole being, than having a relaxing bath?

Purifying rosemary is said to cleanse away negative vibes and refreshing mint attracts positive energy. Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) helps sooth sore muscles and increase circulation, while Mint (Mentha) calms stress, anxiety and promotes restful sleep. In my recipe, I have added a few optional dried lavender flowers and dried rosemary, for that extra aromatic bliss! This DIY bath salt blend can be very relaxing and rejuvenating during a new moon. I like to take my new moon baths by candlelight, lighting white candles that represent purity and new beginnings. If you're a crystal lover, you can place these mystical gems around or near your bathtub:

  • Moon stone ( balances emotions, opens intuition)

  • Black tourmaline (protection & grounding)

  • Rose quartz (attracts love & cultivates self-love)

Below is my quick and easy recipe for New Moon bath salts.

Apart from the ingredients, You will need:

  • A clean, glass container with a sealable top, a water proof label and marker ( that holds about 5 cups)

  • A large clean glass mixing bowl

  • A clean spatula for mixing

🌚 Magical New Moon Bath Salts


  • 1.5 cups Coarse Pink Himalayan Salt or Sea Salt

  • 3 cups Epsom Salt

  • 1/2 cup baking soda

  • 10 drops Mint essential oil (** If too stimulating, sub with Lavender essential oil)

  • 10-15 drops Rosemary essential oil

  • 2-3 tablespoons dried Lavender flowers ( optional)

  • 2 tablespoons crushed, dried Rosemary flowers and leaves


  1. the large bowl, mix the 3 cups of Epsom salt , 1.5 cups of coarse sea salt and 1/2 cup baking soda, add in dried lavender flowers and rosemary; stir together with spatula.

  2. Add in the drops of essential oils and mix well.

  3. Transfer to Glass jar, place lid on to seal and label.

  4. Store in a cool, dry place

To use:

Add about 1/2 cup of the bath salts into each hot bath.




DO NOT USE :If pregnant, epileptic or if you have high blood pressure. Rosemary should NOT be used topically or internally during/ or with these conditions.

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