I’ve been field testing my bath teas, and here’s what I learned.
- Baking soda is great in bath salts, but it sifts out of bath tea bags before they make it to the tub.
- The salts in the bath tea bags dissolve nicely in a tub full of water, but the pink salt needs a little help. Rubbing the tea bag a bit will do the trick.
- The tea and florals stay in the tea bag while releasing their essences into the bath water, which yields a great bath experience without having to clean up extra gunk that may also clog your drain.
- One scoop of bath tea medium (I use Epsom salts, Himalayan pink salt, lavender, and green tea) per tea bag gives a nice soaking experience in a tub full of water.
- Two scoops of bath tea medium per tea bag give a relaxing experience in a tub full of water.
- Three scoops of bath tea medium per tea bag give a luxurious spa-at-home experience in a tub full of water.
Everyone deserves a luxurious spa-at-home experience in a tub full of water, so three scoops of medium go into each bag.
I’m making wee giftteas now, because I’m sure I’ll have occasion to give them later.
And that’s my bit of creativity for today.