The Art of
Sensual Massage

This book and DVD set is a lovely introduction to using massage for sensual pleasure and relaxation.

It's not a sex book so much as a "sense" book.

Each step is easy to understand and duplicate.

Tasteful nude photographs and drawings illustrate each technique.

Here's a lovely excerpt from one customer review: "One evening of review allowed me to confidently provide my wife an hour of stress relieving massage. The next hour was one of the most sensual of our 23-year marriage."

Head over to Amazon.com and read the reviews.

For people who want to get closer to their partner using massage, this book is a definite must-read. Check it out!


Buying Recipe Ingredients

Mountain Rose Herbs is my favorite supplier.

Here's some quick links for buying this recipe's ingredients.

Sandalwood essential oil

Frankincense essential oil

Patchouli essential oil

Cedarwood essential oil

Vetiver essential oil

Epsom salt

Dead Sea salt

Baking soda

Glass jars

Recipe for Bath Salts

Silk n' Spice bath salts recipe...
warms you up inside and out!


Spice up your night with this earthy, exotic and deeply delicious recipe for bath salts.

Make this sensual bath salt recipe with sandalwood, frankincense and patchouli and stimulate your senses with warmth, water and scent.

Don't forget the candles and soft music!

This aphrodisiac recipe for making bath salts lifts your mood, loosens your muscles and soothes your nerves so you feel relaxed, calm and warm from the inside out.

It's also an excellent bath product for men - not too girly!


Silk n' Spice Recipe for Bath Salts

Ingredients

2 cups Epsom Salt

1 cup Dead Sea Salt

1/2 cup Baking Soda

10 drops Sandalwood essential oil

3 drops Frankincense essential oil

2 drops Patchouli essential oil

1 drop Ceradwood or Vetiver essential oil

Optional: 6 drops red, 4 drops yellow food coloring

Directions

  1. Mix salts and baking soda together in a bowl using a metal spoon (a wooden spoon will absorb the essential oils and be ruined.)

  2. Drop in the essential oils and food coloring, placing each drop in its own little spot on top of the salt. Stir until thoroughly mixed

  3. Store mixture in a dark glass or PET plastic jar. Let cure at least 24 hours before using.

  4. Use about one cup of homemade bath salts per bath. This recipe makes enough for three baths. Click here for tips on making your bath magical.

Optional: Use coarse Sea Salt for a more defined texture. If you have a bulk food store nearby, check it for different kinds of salt.


Caution

Do not use Epsom salt if you have high blood pressure. Replace it with sea salt.

Where to Buy Bath Salts Recipe Ingredients

You should be able to find Epsom salt at your local pharmacy. Baking soda is available in the baking area of your supermarket.

My favorite supplier for other aromatherapy recipe ingredients is Mountain Rose Herbs. They have excellent products at good prices, and their staff is helpful and friendly. Here's some quick links to the ingredients you'll need for this recipe for bath salts...

What Next?

While you're here, why not check out a few more sweet recipes for scented bath salts...

Eucalyptus Epsom Salt Bath

Lavender Bubble Bath Salts

Summer Rose Bath Salts

Tension Tamer Bath Salts

Bath Salt Recipes Main Page

Aromatherapy Recipes Homepage from Silk n' Spice Recipe for Bath Salts

Or if you want to find more sensual recipes , use the Search Box below.

Simply type in "sensual" (without the quotes) and hit Search. Every page on this website that includes the word Sensual will pop up. (You might also try words like Exotic, Sandalwood, Warming...) Poke through them and decide what recipe to try next.

(There's a lovely Sensual Massage Oil recipe you could use after your bath...)

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