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Weigh out your Himalayan salt into a good-sized mixing bowl, preferably made of glass (although plastic is fine to use, make sure not to use it for anything food related again). Break up any lumps that are in the salt.
Now it’s time to fragrance to our salts. Add the 10 drops of raspberry fragrance oil and mix thoroughly.
Add the baking soda and mix until all the lumps are gone, you may find it easier to use your hands for this, especially if there are a few lumps in the baking soda.
Add the citric acid. Start with a little, and if there is no reaction go ahead and add the rest. Mix thoroughly.
Pour or scoop your salts into your chosen container. You can get some nice plastic PET jars, or you can even use cellophane bags (although don’t use ordinary sandwich bags). And as mentioned already in the ingredients notes above, don’t use a glass container.Basically, you don’t want to use anything that will absorb your fragrance and leave you with scentless granules of salt. You’ll also want to make sure you have a good tight seal on your container, Salts tend to extract liquid from the air, and so eventually you’ll find your bath salts become a mushy mess after a while.