If you have never paired mint and Lavender together then you are in for a great treat with this bath tea recipe. Whenever I've used this combination in a soap or a hand cream there's always fantastic feedback on the aroma.
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Weigh the oats and place them into a bowl for mixing
Grate the cocoa butter and add it to the oats, as the cocoa butter tends to melt whilst you are grating it speed is of the essence here. The butter can initially make the oats clump, just keep stirring and they will disintegrate. If they don’t they will be in the bag anyway so you won't even see them.
Sprinkle in the mint and lavender and give the mixture a final stir.
Place a couple of spoonfuls into each tea bag or muslin square, tightly secure the tea bags so that none of the contents can escape.
Store the bags in an airtight jar or container until needed.
How To Use Your Homemade Bath Tea Bag
To use the bath tea bags put one into the bath and run the hot water into the bath first.
Cool the bath down to a nice comfortable temperature, then swish it around a bit and squeeze it a few times.
Leave the bag in while you have your bath and use it like you would soap by gently rubbing it over your body.