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Over the past few months, I have noticed that one of my most visited posts each week is my Coffee Ground Scrub recipe, which tells me that a lot of people are focused on their skin. I don’t blame you, in fact, I have switched up my skin routine again to accommodate the hot summer weather. Therefore, today I wanted to share with you a new body recipe, which includes one of my favorite scents – lavender!
Now let’s get started.
- Grind oats and lavender buds in a coffee grinder until pulverized into a powder. (If you don’t have a coffee grinder, you can use a blender, however, it may take longer and may not be as fine).
2. Store in a container with a tight-fitting lid.
- Add 1-2 TBS to warm bath water.
- Soak and relax!
Benefits of Oats
- Reduces inflammation
- Soothes skin
Benefits of Lavender
- Promotes relaxation
- Reduces stress
- Contains Antioxidants
What are your thoughts on this Lavender oatmeal bath soak? Will you be giving it a try this summer?