Measure the Epsom salts and baking soda and add them to a mixing bowl. Break down any lumps they may have in them before going on to the next step. These two ingredients can get lumpy very easily, especially if they have been opened before and then stored.
Mix the two powders together until they're well combined, then measure and add in the essential oils. These three oils are thin and run out of the bottle quickly, so go slow when pouring. Whisk everything together really well, making sure to get any clumps of oil dispersed among the other ingredients.
Add in the activated charcoal powder. While it can be quite messy, it is easy to mix in. Just mix slowly with the whisk and it will easily blend with the rest of the ingredients. The soak will end up a gray color when it is all blended together. Get down into the bottom edges of the mixing bowl and check to see if there are any white areas left. If it is a consistent gray color throughout the mixture, then you are done.
You can transfer the charcoal detox bath soak to your jar now. I find the best way is to simply use a spoon to move it into the jar. Pouring can get messy! Cap and keep by the tub for your next bath.
Add ½ cup of your activated charcoal detox bath soak to your tub under running warm bath and soak well.
When using a bath product for detoxification, you want to be sure to wash well and rinse thoroughly in the shower after your bath to get all the toxins off your body and down the drain.
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