Bath Salts and Bath Oil recipes
(Belinda Orth)

For our night, we had a yoga teacher come in and teach a yoga and relaxation class. Then sisters moved to one of 3 areas - feet, hands or face.  The sisters started in one area, and then could move to another area if they wanted to.  We brought with us as many footspas as we could find, and also used tubs and buckets for the feet area.  Then we had a fresh fruit juice bar for supper.  I couldn't juice quick enough to satisfy them - it was soooo yummy!

For reminders, I made small muslin bath bags (oatmeal, almond, powdered milk & essential oil) with instructions for use, and invitation to HFPE.  One sister didn't read the instructions & put it in her drawer to make her clothes smell nice!  I suggested she move it before it attracted nasty creatures!)

(Please note:  one sister had a reaction to one of the face cleansers - her face turned bright red and got really hot!  But it seemed to be just her that had this reaction, so if a sister has sensitive skin, it may be best to try a small area first, or do the feet or hands instead)

Foot Rejuvenator
1 cup sorboleme cream
2 tsp peppermint oil (essential oil)
1 tsp lavender oil (essential oil)

Luxurious Moisturiser
3 tbsp apricot oil
3 tbsp avocado oil
3 tbsp almond oil
3 tbsp beeswax
3 tbsp rose or orange water (from chemists)

Cucumber Cooler
1 lebanese cucumber
1 cup natural yoghurt

Bath bags
2 cups finely ground rolled oats or ground almond
squares of towelling, muslin or cotton
your favourite essential oil

Oatmeal buttermilk cleanser
cup boiling water
3 chamomile tea bags
1 cup finely ground rolled oats
1 cup buttermilk

Bath Salts
1kg box Epsom salts
10 - 20 drops of your favourite essential oil
food colouring (optional)