Mint Milk Bath Recipe


Now that Halloween has passed, I’m starting to think about gift giving again. I truly enjoy making gifts that our friends, family and girls’ teachers will love. After sharing some of my favorite sugar scrub and bath salt recipes with you, I decided it was time to share my favorite milk bath recipe. Of course, it involves spearmint. Something about its scent just puts me at ease. This of course is a great gift for yourself too! After all, it just takes 5 minutes and a few ingredients.

milk bath recipe homemade holiday gift

You know what else I love about this recipe? It requires just the standard ingredients my Grandma always had on the farm. Dry milk, corn starch, baking soda, a weck jar & essential oil. I love getting back to the basics. My Grandma would use those ingredients in addition to her aloe plant to cure just about any problem.

homemade holiday gift with free printable labels

I’m also including a free printable label today. Kraft paper is not only on my must have craft supply list, but it’s also my favorite for holiday gift wrapping. It just feels classic and timeless.

homemade hostess gift with free printable labels and easy recipe

The jar lid left beautiful impressions on the milk bath – is so soft.

bath milk recipe with free printable labels - great for hostess or holiday gift giving

Click here for the  free printable mint bath milk label

homemade hostess gift with free printable labels and easy recipe

homemade mint bath milk recipe and free printable labels

Don’t miss my lilac milk bath recipe for spring & summer & see how I included it in a Mother’s Day gift basket.  

How to make milk bath:

Mint Milk Bath Recipe

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 00:00 Total Time 0:05
Serves 2 5.6 oz jars     adjust servings


  • 1 c powdered milk
  • 1/4 c cornstarch
  • 1/4 c baking soda
  • 10 drops essential oil {I chose spearmint}


Mix dry ingredients together in a mixing bowl and add essential oil to your taste, keeping in mind that it will be diluted in the bath tub and stir well. Add the mixture to your jar and allow to sit at least 24 hours.


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