These fun Grinch Christmas bath salts are a WOW-worthy DIY gift for the holidays. See how easy this all-natural spa gift is to make with kitchen essentials.
There are affiliate links in this article which means, at no additional cost to you, we could receive compensation for our recommendations. You can read our full disclosure policy.
Grinch Christmas Bath Salts – Such a Fun DIY
It’s no secret we LOVE making our own bath products here on Ruffles and Rain Boots – from shower fizzies to bath bomb recipes, we’ve got you covered.. And because it’s officially after Halloween, it’s Christmas crafting time. :)
Okay, so whether you start a bit early like me or you’re looking for a great last-minute Christmas gift idea, these Grinch Christmas bath salts are the perfect WOW-worthy gift.
Get Bath Bomb, Shower Fizzy, and Scrub Tutorials Delivered
Sign up for the Ruffles and Rain Boots free newsletter full of exclusives and freebies!
If you use gMail or Yahoo, please check the spam or "promotional" folders. Whitelist my email address or reply to the email to ensure delivery of all files. Happy Holidays! - Sarah
Supplies for an Easy Grinch Bath Soak
This bath soak is an easy DIY that packs a huge Christmas gift-giving punch. If you paired it with our Grinch Christmas Shower or Bath Bombs, you’ll probably make a heart grow at least two sizes…
- 1 cup Epsom salts
- 1/2 cup Kosher salt
- 1/4 cup baking soda
- 10-12 drops of peppermint essential oil
- 4-5 drops green soap colorant
- 2 tablespoons heart sprinkles (both mini- or jumbo-sized hearts will work)
- airtight jar (we used these hermetically sealed jars from Amazon – Gotta love these hermetically sealed jars!)
How to Make Grinch Christmas Bath Salts
Get ready, friends. You’re about to be done in just minutes… If you have a playlist on YouTube to which you’d like to add this project, here is our Grinch Christmas bath salts video tutorial.
How to Use This Grinch Bath Soak
It’s easy to use (or give) this fun holiday spa gift. Just add about 1/4 cup of the Grinch bath salts to a warm bath (or foot soaking bin). Mix it around in the water by gently swishing the water with your hand.
Please Save This to Pinterest
Your shares are how this site grows and I am sincerely grateful.