Homemade Milk Bath Recipe with Lavender & Calendula

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Homemade milk baths are simple to create, but oh so luxurious on your skin! Give this homemade milk bath recipe with lavender and calendula a try and discover the difference it can make for your dry, itchy skin!

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe with Lavender and Calendula! Homemade milk baths are simple to create, but oh so luxurious on your skin! Give this homemade milk bath recipe with lavender and calendula a try and discover the difference it can make for your dry, itchy skin!

Don’t keep these luxe milk baths all to yourself though. These milk baths also make great homemade gifts for birthdays and holidays – think stocking stuffers! – or as party and wedding favors!

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe with Lavender and Calendula! Homemade milk baths are simple to create, but oh so luxurious on your skin! Give this homemade milk bath recipe with lavender and calendula a try and discover the difference it can make for your dry, itchy skin!

Lavender & Calendula Homemade Milk Bath Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1 1/2 Cups powdered goat milk
1/2 Cup Epsom salt
1/8 Cup baking soda
1/2 Cup Colloidal oatmeal
1/4 Cup Organic Calendula petals or flowers
1/4 Cup Organic lavender flowers

Instructions:

To make this homemade milk recipe, begin by measuring out your ingredients using a measuring cup. Combine the ingredients in a glass bowl then mix well. You want all of the ingredients to be thoroughly incorporated with one another.

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe with Lavender and Calendula! Homemade milk baths are simple to create, but oh so luxurious on your skin! Give this homemade milk bath recipe with lavender and calendula a try and discover the difference it can make for your dry, itchy skin!

Then, using a large spoon, scoop your milk bath into cotton muslin bags. I use two 5″x7″ premium cotton muslin bags from Stateline Bag Co. to gift. Recipients can scoop out the desired amount from each bag and add to hot, running bath water. To gift as favors or single use bags, add milk bath mix to smaller bags. In this instance, recipients would add entire bag to hot, running bath water to use.

Homemade Milk Bath Recipe with Lavender and Calendula! Homemade milk baths are simple to create, but oh so luxurious on your skin! Give this homemade milk bath recipe with lavender and calendula a try and discover the difference it can make for your dry, itchy skin!

Now all you need to do is pull the bag tightly closed using the drawstrings. Be sure to store in a cool, dry location between uses.

This milk bath recipe is made from natural, organic ingredients and contains no added fragrances making it perfect for sensitive skin users. To add fragrance to your milk bath, simply add several drops of organic essential oil to each individually sized bath bag. You can find many of the ingredients your need for this homemade milk bath at Mountain Rose Herbs.

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About Rebecca D. Dillon

Rebecca Dawn Dillon is a soapmaker, DIY-er and blogger whose life is controlled daily by a dachshund. You can find more of her amazing skin care recipes at The Nourished Life blog as well as right here on Soap Deli News. Or subscribe to Soap Deli News blog here in order to receive email updates.

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  2. How much do you use in a bath?

  3. You can add as much or as little as you like. I’d suggest 2 Tablespoons.

  4. can’t wait to make these for a group of co-workers to help them de-stress!

  5. how long does it last? i would like to make some ahead for xmas, it’s sept. now, would it keep?

  6. I can’t find the Calendula flowers or the lavender flowers anywhere, can i make this without them?

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