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Peppermint Stick Bath Salts Recipe
Author: Wholesale Supplies Plus
Thursday, October 9, 2014

Relax in a tub of sweet smelling peppermint and let the stress of the day soak away.  For shower lovers, sprinkle a small amount of bath salts around the drain area and the warmth of the water will dissolve the salts and release the invigorating smell of peppermint.

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Project Level: Easy
Estimated Time: 1/2 Hour
Yield: (7) 8oz. Jars


  •  5 Pound(s) European Spa Salt - Medium Grain
  •  4 Tablespoon(s) Coconut Milk Powder
  •  1/4 Teaspoon(s) Bath Bomb Red Powder Color
  •  19.0 ml(s) Peppermint Stick Fragrance Oil 540
  •  7 Piece(s) 8 oz Clear Basic Plastic Jar - 70/400
  •  7 Piece(s) 70/400 White Straight Top Cap - F217 Liner
  •  28 Piece(s) Press & Seal Liner - 70 mm


  •  Large Glass Bowls - 2
  •  Scale - Digital Display (Professional)
  •  Measuring Spoons
  •  Measuring Cup - 1/3
  •  Wire Whisk - 2
  •  Droppers - Plastic
  •  Large Cookie Sheets - 2
  •  Scissors
  •  Sifter

INCI Ingredient Label: Sea Salts, Dehydrated Coconut Milk, Maltodextrin and Milk Protein, Fragrance, Red 40 Lake.

Recipe Directions

  1. NOTE:  If you are making the products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron and covered work area to help with clean up.
  2. Using 2 large glass bowls, place one bowl on a scale and tare to zero.  Pour European Salts into bowl until scale reads 2.5 lb.  Remove and set aside.
  3.  Using second glass bowl, place on scale and weigh remaining bath salts which should weigh 2.5 lb. 
  4. In each bowl, add 2 Tablespoons of Coconut Milk Powder. If available, it is best to use a sifter to sift the powder before adding to the salts. Once powder has been sifted and added, whisk together well to incorporate.
  5. To each bowl, add 9.5 mls. (just under 2 teaspoons) of Peppermint Stick Fragrance Oil. Use wire whisk to blend into salts.
  6. To one bowl, add 1/4 teaspoon of Bath Bomb Red Powder dye.  Mix well to incorporate color.
  7. Spread each bowl of salts onto a large cookie sheet to dry. Mix occasionally to help them dry completely. Let sit overnight.  
  8. The 70 mm Press & Seal Liners are going to be placed in between each salt layer to help keep the colors separated.  Each liner will need to be trimmed just enough so they will fit inside the jar but not too large that they touch the insides of the jar.  You do not want to see the liners once placed in the jar.  
  9. Using a 1/3 measuring cup, fill the bottom of first jar with one color. Place a press & seal liner, white side up, over the first layer of salts.
  10. Alternate colors until there are 4 total layers in the jar. Place a liner on the top of the salts to hold them in place and screw white cap on jar. 
  11. Continue in this manner until all 7 jars have been filled.
  12. If you prefer, do all 7 jars with first layer, place seals on then continue with remaining layers. 
  13. TO USE:  Sprinkle 1-2 tablespoons of salts under warm running water.  Enjoy! 

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"For someone new to this(myself) what would the easiest way to explain how to create my own recipe from start to finish I get confused with the percentages example bath salts thank you."

Posted By: Karen   |   December 10, 2017

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"What percentage is the fragrance oil listed on this recipe? I'm a little confused as to how to calculate the fragrance oil with bath salts. Thanks!"

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Posted By: Cassandra   |   January 29, 2017

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"If a liner is not placed between each color, will the color bleed onto the white salts?"

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Posted By: Sueann   |   November 17, 2015

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"What would the following do to this recipe? LAL Powder Baking Soda Citric Acid Powder Could I add all of it and it still be a good relaxing bath enhancement?"

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Posted By: Anjel   |   September 22, 2015

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"How much would I sell a 8 oz jar of this bath salt?"

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Posted By: Becki   |   November 14, 2014

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"Can I use the stained glass liquid color? "

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Posted By: Jen   |   November 10, 2014

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