3 Easy DIY Bath Treats

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I’ve mentioned a few times recently that bathing is my new favorite pamper-me activity. Maybe its all the threats of “wait until that baby is born! You’ll never shower again!” Maybe its the aches and pains of pregnancy. Either way, a relaxing bath is my favorite way to unwind after a long day.

Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com

So, when Hamilton Beach approached me about doing a holiday craft with their new Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor, I was all over it. These beautiful treats are going to be the centerpiece of a wonderful gift this season!

[disclaim]Hamilton Beach provided the food processor for me to test and possibly write about. All opinions and the craft is 100% my own.[/disclaim]

I made all three of these amazing treat-yo-self (Parks and Rec fans out there?) products in one day. Truth be told, they took me hardly any time at all, and are more than pretty enough to give as gifts!

Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com

What You Need:

Each of these recipes is made in a food processor. I used a Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup model, but any good, high powered food processor will do. Be sure to clean thoroughly and dry between recipes.

Oatmeal Face Wash:

  • 2/3 cup Organic rolled oats
  • 2 tbs Organic Powdered Milk
  • A few drops Rose Hip Seed Oil (Optional)

Moisturizing Sugar Scrub:

  • 2 parts white sugar
  • 1 part brown sugar
  • 1 part olive or coconut oil
  • Essential Oils (optional)

Relaxing Bath Salts:

  • Unscented epsom Salts
  • Soap Coloring (Optional)
  • Essential Oils (Optional)
    (No measurements because it really doesn’t matter. As much or as little as you want).

How To Make Them:

The general rule of thumb for all of these recipes is: blend until blended. I know it sounds super simple, but thats what it is!

Oatmeal Face Wash:

  1. Combine the oats and milk powder in the food processor until they make a fine powder. If desired, add a few (5 or 6) drops of Rose Hip Seed Oil through the chute while the processor is running.

    Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com
    Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com

  2. Store in a cool dry place.
  3. To use, mix about a tablespoon of the mixture with a few drops of hot water until it becomes slippery. Use it like any face scrub and then rinse thoroughly!

Moisturizing Sugar Scrub:

  1. Combine all ingredients in the processor until they are moist and homogenous in color. If desired you can add 2 drops of a favorite essential oil, some vanilla extract, or even spices like cinnamon.
    Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com
  2. To use, grab a small scoop of scrub and use it to exfoliate dry skin on the hands, feet and elbows. Rinse thoroughly!

Relaxing Bath Salts:

  1. Combine Epsom salt and a few drops of soap coloring in the processor. (Food coloring is not the same be sure you have cosmetic grade soap coloring, or you might get tub rings or dyed skin. The colors are under $5 at a craft supply store.)
    Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com
  2. If desired, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil.
  3. To use, add 1/4 cup to a hot bath!

See how easy these are? And the results are fantastic! I’m planning on using these three for a gift, but I might also have stashed a bit for myself. =D (Okay, more than a bit.)

Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com Three Easy Bath Treats in the Food processor! Three or less ingredients each. | saynotsweetanne.com

 

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Kayla Domeyer

My name is Kayla and I am a Graphic Designer. That means that I love pretty things, and also that I like to make free printables! I'm so happy that you've stopped by to visit my blog, and I hope you will follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Pinterest or Instagram!! (Yeah, and I'm totally addicted to the internet).

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