Wondering what to do with bath salt? It's the perfect answer to many a bathing dilemma. This handy homemade bath salt recipe will relax you from head to toe, soothe muscles and treat sore muscles after a hard day at work, with 4 different combinations of different kinds of salts to suit your needs from Dead Sea salt to lavender, Rosemary, and thyme to create the ultimate bath experience.

Just imagine how great smelling your bath is, fresh and clean without any kind of scent, with no need to rub on scents or essential oils that can dry out the skin. Instead of rubbing on bath gels or moisturizers which can actually cause dryness, with a little extra bath salt in your bath, you can have an even smoother, softer, and fresher experience that you will love.

When it comes to using these salts, you'll notice a difference right away. Bath salts come in a variety of different scents and fragrances and are available in a number of different recipes that you can choose from. You might be surprised to find that you don't have to go through the trouble of finding a new bath salt recipe every year or so just use what you already have in your kitchen.

Here are the 4 most popular salts that you'll find for your bath:

Dead Sea salt is the first on the list as it is extremely absorbent, meaning that you won't be losing too much water from your shower. As a result, you'll find that you'll be able to enjoy your bath even more and not have to worry about having to add more water than usual, as Dead Sea salt is incredibly absorbent.

Lavender is also one of the most popular bath salts and is especially popular in bath soaps and aromatherapy products. It works very well when used alongside Dead Sea salt for a relaxing bath experience. You may want to keep this in mind when purchasing your aromatherapy items or aromatherapy soap as some scents might not work well together.

Rosemary is also popular and is especially suited to creating a soothing bath. If you have a problem with dry and flaky skin, this salt will help you feel more relaxed, without having to use any extra oils.

Lavender and Rosemary are both ideals for creating a great aroma in the bath. You can get lavender and Rosemary essential oils from a health food store or online if you're short of time. Essential oils are a lot cheaper and you can usually keep your own supply in your bathroom, so you can create your own lavender and Rosemary oil mixture.

Dead Sea salt has become increasingly popular over the years. It is known for its anti-bacterial properties and is known for cleansing the body. Although it may be a bit expensive, it is worth it because it is incredibly inexpensive and makes a great base for other bath ingredients.

You should check out different brands before you buy. There are a variety of different types of bath salts and it would be worthwhile to try several different brands and see which ones work best for you.

Essential oil-based bath salts are also now becoming extremely popular. These include lavender, Rosemary, chamomile, and a host of other natural and organic bath salts.

There is a wide range of different brands out there on the market and as such you need to do a bit of research to make sure that you are buying from a reputable source. You should always remember to check for customer reviews on any product that you are thinking of buying so that you know what you're buying.

In the end, buying a good quality salt is something that you'll need to do over again as it's something that you'll use all the time. So invest in a good quality salt and remember to treat it with care.