Calming Salt Soak Homemade

This exotic, spicy, woody blend relaxes and soothes overworked, tense hands that are irritated and inflamed. A good soak to use before going to bed.

Replace essential oils in above formula with 10 drops of sandalwood essential oil, 5 drops of patchouli essential oil, 5 drops of nutmeg essential oil and 5 drops of chamomile essential oil.

Herbal-Infused Hand Soaks. You can use strong herbal infusions, made by simply steeping herbs in water, for therapeutic hand soaks. The unstrained infusion is poured into a pot, gently reheated and placed in the soaking bowl. Additional warm water may be added so that hands are completely immersed.

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