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This One-Minute Trick Will Bring You Ultimate Relaxation

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    Have a minute? That’s all it took us to get hooked on Leaf.tv, an addictive new YouTube series from content queens Erin Falconer and Geri Hirsch. Leaf.tv serves up everything from must-know kitchen lifehacks to easy-to-digest DIYs.
    Have a minute? That’s all it took us to get hooked on Leaf.tv, an addictive new YouTube series from content queens Erin Falconer and Geri Hirsch. serves up everything from must-know kitchen lifehacks to easy-to-digest DIYs. This week, the ladies teach us how to make our own lavender bath salts (all in just 60 seconds!).

    There's no better way to wind down after a hectic week than with a long, hot bath. Our favorite way to get maximum relaxation is with these easy-to-make lavender bath salts. Epsom salt is full of magnesium which helps with joint pain, muscle aches, and nerve function. While lavender, one of our favorite essential oils, is proven to enhance your mood and relieve anxiety. This DIY is only 4 ingredients and ready to use in minutes — enjoy!

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