Aphrodisiac Bath – using Lea’s “Infatuation” master blend recipe

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This is one of several recipes part of the Aphrodisiac Essential Oils Class. Please review that post for more information, including the “Infatuation” master blend recipe.

Bathing with essential oils can be an invigorating or relaxing experience. Because essential oils don't mix with water (remember “water and oil don't mix” from grade school?), it is important to mix the essential oils with a carrier before adding to your bath. This will lessen chances of irritation or redness that results when undiluted essential oils touch the skin. Stir this mixture into bath salts, such as these epsom salts (also displayed on the amazon ad below). Add to a bath under running water, which will help disperse the essential oil mixture into the water.


This particular bath salt recipe, containing the “Infatuation” blend, can be added in the bath to help set the mood.

Looking for the “Infatuation” master blend recipe, and more ways to use the blend? Visit the Aphrodisiac Essential Oils class page.

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Lea Harris is a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist Scholar's Program graduate from Aromahead Institute. This website is home to educational advice and information about using essential oils safely. Lea founded and runs the Using Essential Oils Safely facebook group, with hundreds of new members joining each week. Lea is the author of The TRUTH About Essential Oil Safety, and the creator of Safe Essential Oil Labels and apps for essential oils and carriers. You can find FREE classes here: Free Essential Oil Classes.

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