How to Make 4 Super Relaxing Spa Products

Vanessa Dixon
by Vanessa Dixon
19 Materials
2 Minutes

Today, I have a few different naturopathic products to show you. They are completely natural and super great for your body.

Once you’ve made these products, you can treat yourself to a spa day at home: they're very relaxing, great for your body and you will feel incredible afterward. Let's get started.

Tools and materials:

  • Glass jar
  • Almond oil
  • Pink Himalayan salt (in crystal form)
  • Dried orange peels
  • Eucalyptus oil
  • Rosemary oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Vitamin E oil
  • Spoon
  • Bowl
  • Spray bottle
  • Filtered water
  • Teatree oil
  • Grapefruit oil
  • Orange oil
  • Cedarwood or sandalwood oil
  • Roll-on bottle
  • Avocado oil
  • Funnel
Orange peel

Himalayan pink salt bath salts

1. Dry some orange peel

To make the dry orange peel, peel an orange, cut the peel up nice and fine, then dry them in a dehydrator or in the oven on low heat until they become crisp and hard.


Combining ingredients

2. Combine ingredients

Pour Himalayan salt into your glass until it is about ¾ of the way full.

Then, add in 1-2 tablespoons of almond oil (or use a funnel if it’s easier) and mix it through to ensure that it’s covering all the salt.

Almond oil is a light, natural oil that’s wonderful for moisturizing your skin.

Then add 1-3 tablespoons of orange peel. The oranges will release a beautifully fragrant and relaxing scent in the bath.

At this point, switch the ingredients to a bowl to make them easier to mix.


Essential oil

3: Add oils

Next, add about 20 drops of vitamin E oil. Add 15 drops of rosemary essential oil, 15 drops of eucalyptus, and then 5 drops of peppermint oil.

All these oils are incredible for relaxing our muscles. Now transfer the mixture back into the glass jar and it's all ready to go.


DIY himalayan pink salt bath salts

To use it all you need to do is just grab one scoop of this bath salt and pop it into the bath while it's running.

The oils in the salt will diffuse while the bath water is running. This bath soak is great for reducing stress and anxiety. It's also great for sore muscles and any fatigue that you may feel in your body.


Toner spray


Combining ingredients for DIY toner

1. Combine ingredients

Grab yourself a spray bottle and fill it up 3/4 of the way with filtered water.

Now add tea tree oil first which will act as an antiviral and antibacterial agent.

Then add 2 drops of peppermint oil and 1 drop of eucalyptus oil.

Once you’ve done that, pop the lid back on and then give it a good shake to combine all the oils in the water, and then it’s ready to go.


DIY toner spray

2. To use

To apply, give it a shake before use each time you use it. You can use it on your body and your face. It is perfect to use in the morning or before you go to bed at night.

Apply it before you put on any moisturizer as your skin will absorb it best that way and just gently rub it into your skin. It can also be used as an antibacterial hand sanitizer.

You could also even use it as a scalp treatment, it can help with things like dandruff, dermatitis, and eczema as the tea tree can help to kill bacteria on your skin.

Another option is to use it around your cuticles after you've had a manicure as a remedy for dry skin that may develop around those areas.


Aromatherapy spray 


Combining ingredients for DIY aromatherapy spray

1. Combine ingredients

Fill your spray bottle ¾ of the way with filtered water, then add in 5 drops of grapefruit oil, 5 drops of orange essential oil, and 3-5 drops of cedarwood oil.

You can adjust the amount of the scents to make it smell sweeter or more earth-toned if you like. Pop the lid back on and shake it until it's well combined. 


DIY aromatherapy spray

2. To use

You can spray this onto your bed or pillow at night as a way to help promote sleep as the essential oils in the spray are very calming and soothing as well as great mood enhancers.


Natural roll-on oil 

Pouring oil into a bottle

1. Pour oil into a bottle

Fill up your roll-on bottle with avocado oil (or you can use a different oil depending on your preference and skin type).


DIY natural roll-on oil

You can use it as a facial moisturizer or a whole-body moisturizer.

2. To use

Apply a light coating to your skin and then rub it in. Oils are really great in helping to hydrate and nourish your skin, making it look young and healthy.

Make your own spa products

I hope you’ll make this DIY at-home spa kit for yourself. These products are a great opportunity to have a pamper day at home.

I had so much fun making them and can’t wait to try them out! They all smell incredible and contain natural properties that are great for your skin. 

Suggested materials:
  • Glass jar
  • Almond oil
  • Pink Himalayan salt (in crystal form)
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