Peppermint bath bombs are a fun and easy homemade Christmas gift anyone would love to get. You make a big batch and give them to all of your friends!
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The other day I was walking into the store and was hit with the smell of cinnamon. It made me so excited because that scent always puts me in the Christmas spirit.
The only problem with the holiday scented items is they often contain artificial fragrances which can contain harmful things like phthalates. That doesn’t mean you have to miss out a holiday scented home, essential oils are the perfect solution.
I like to use peppermint, cinnamon, clove, and orange essential oils around my home during the holidays. Peppermint is a nice refreshing scent and cinnamon by itself or with clove and orange creates a warming scent. I love both!
I use essential oils in diffusers around my home and in my household and personal care products. The options are truly endless. I always have lots of them around. The brand I’ve been using is Nature’s Truth Essential Oils. They have many wonderful scents including the ones I mentioned above.
Nature’s Truth Essential Oils are also easy to find at stores like Target.com, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, and more. You will find them in the vitamin aisle. I recently ordered some from Target.com. It was really easy, affordable, and they shipped quickly.
And this time of year I use a lot of them for homemade gifts, like peppermint bath bombs. Bath bombs are a lovely gift for the bath lovers on your list or for yourself to help you relax during the holidays. There are so many available for sale now but the ingredients are often questionable at best. They can also get pretty pricey. Making your own saves you money and allows you to make sure they contain only safe ingredients.
Put these bath bombs in some cute packaging and they make the perfect holiday gift. You can also switch out the essential oil for other scents and make them for any time of the year. And click here for even more DIY ideas using essential oils.