homemade milk bathdesign your personal recipe
A homemade milk bath can be a wonderful pampering treat for your body and mind.
I am aself-confessed bath person. I LOVE taking baths.
Bubbles, fizzies, powders do addto the experience of relaxing in warm water.
Thisbeing said…I cannot really say that I had a great appreciation for milk bathrecipes.
Aftersome research and experimentation, I can say that I have found…
my “inner milkbath queen”.
I used different ingredients that enhanced the milk bath recipesthat I personally designed.
DRY MILK POWDERS
Ofcourse ,milk powders are the heart of your recipe.
Milk powders moisturizes and protectsthe skin. It is said that they soothe itchiness and/or redness.
Thereare a few options you can choose from:
- Whole milk
(somepeople do use skim milk powder…I did not find it to be a good choice)…
Oatmealhas many benefits and it used in soaps and body care products. It is said tocleanses, exfoliates as well as soothes dry or irritated skin.
It is a greataddition to your homemade milk bath.
- Oatmeal (you can grind it as fine as you want)
- Oat flour
- Rice branpowder
- Rice powder
- Almond flour
Salts supportskin renewal and detoxify. They soften skin and offer minerals.
- Dead sea
HERBS AND FLOWERS
If youare using dried herbs and flowers you might consider using a tea ball or cheesecloth.
- Rose petals
- Greentea leaves
- Blacktea leaves
POWDERS AND CLAYS
Manypowders and clays have beneficial properties and you can tailor for your skin and your experience
- Kelp powder
- Whey powder
- Kaolin clay
SCENTING YOUR HOMEMADE MILK BATH
Essentialoils and/or fragrance oils are used to scent your milk bath recipes.
- 1 cupwhole milk powder
- ½ cupbuttermilk powder
- few dropsof eucalyptus and camphor essential oils
- 1 cupwhole milk powder
- ½ cup ofoatmeal (grounded fine)
- ½ cup ofsea salt
- 3 to 6tablespoons of chamomile and lavender buds (grounded fine)
- fewdrops of lavender essential oil
Vanilla Oatmeal Dream
- 1 cup goatmilk powder
- ½ oatmeal
- 3tablespoons of orange zest
- few dropsof vanilla essential oil
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