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OK, Ladies of Ricochet. If you can give me just a few minutes, I’ll show you how to turn your very own bathtub, in your very own home, into a scented luxury spa. It’s easy, and uses ingredients that, if they’re not in your kitchen already, are readily available either in stores or on the web. I buy a lot of ingredients for my homemade cleaning products, soaps and shampoos here; I’m sure many other places are just as good, as inexpensive, or perhaps better. A Google search can probably help you out if you’re unsure of where to find some of them.
I like to use an electronic scale to measure my ingredients. It’s not absolutely necessary, but sometimes there’s a chance of (benign) chemical reactions if the quantities are wrong, and this is a much more precise way to do it. I’ve included “measuring cup” equivalents below, but if you think you might do this sort of thing more than once, I’d highly recommend getting a scale.
Here we go: