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Homemade pumpkin spice latte bath soak
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5 from 2 votes

DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte Bath Soak

This layered pumpkin spice latte bath soak is an indulgent fall treat for your skin. Make it in under 10 minutes! Also makes a gorgeous handmade gift for the bath lover in your life.
Prep Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: DIY Bath and Body
Cuisine: DIY Beauty
Servings: 1 bath
Author: Kim
Cost: 10


  • Glass bowls for mixing
  • Storage containers – glass vials, muslin bath tea bags, or bath salt jars



  • To begin, place your bath salts, Natrasorb Bath, coffee grounds, pumpkin powder and milk powder into separate glass bowls. Set aside all bowls except for the bath salts.
  • Using a dropper, add the fractionated coconut oil to your bowl of bath salts and mix gently.
  • Once the salts are coated in oil, slow sprinkle a tablespoon (or more) of pumpkin powder to colour the salts a lovely light orange colour. Stir gently. Repeat until you get your desired colour.
    If you choose, you can also add a dash of coffee grounds to the salts. Or, you can chose to add the coffee later during the layering process.
  • Slowly add your essential oils to the bowl of Natrasorb Bath. Mix gently but thoroughly. Then, add your bowl of milk powder the the bowl of Natrasorb and mix to combine.
  • Prepare the soak by layering the ingredients in a glass jar that comes with a lid or cork stopper, such as the one shown in the photos. Alternatively, you can layer the bath soak in glass bath vials, also pictured.
    How you display and store your soak is up to personal preference. If you wish, you can choose to mix all of the ingredients together before placing the soak in your storage containers. This bath soak can also be placed into muslin bags and turned into a pumpkin spice latte bath tea.


If making the simple pumpkin latte version of this recipe, omit the cardamom essential oil.
Store you bath soak in a cool, dark cupboard. It should last approximately one year.