DIY rose milk bath recipe to make your skin feel soft and hydrated.
I’ve only shared my mint milk bath & lilac milk bath recipes to date, but just like my sugar scrubs, I make them in a variety of natural scents. Because they’re made with simple ingredients in the kitchen, I can create one just before a bath or put it in a jar for a last-minute gift.
I enjoy getting back to the basics by creating my own skincare products. No harsh chemicals, just ingredients found in the pantry.
While you can enjoy your milk bath immediately, the oils will permeate over time making it even more fragrant. When adding your essential oil, keep in mind that your milk bath will be diluted with bath water and not as fragrant.
This milk bath recipe yields 1-2 servings for a standard canning jar.
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How to Store Milk Bath:
I use Weck jars, but any jar will do. When stored in an airtight container it will keep up to 3 weeks…if you can resist that long!
Here's a few more of my favorite DIY bath and beauty recipes for your enjoyment! It's fun to make your own bath goodies and it's wonderful to know what's in the products you're putting on your skin. These are perfect for gifting as well!
An easy gentle exfoliating diy lip scrub recipe, made with just a few natural ingredients from the grocery store in just a couple minutes. This homemade sugar scrub will gently massage the dead skin from your lips using coconut oil and sugar as a natural exfoliant.
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