How to make milky blend for bath


How to make milk for bath

Milk is not only a healthy drink. For centuries, everyone knows it is also proven effective for skin care. Milk has lactose, minerals, peptides, and vitamins. All of them, along with other elements have regenerating, anti-aging, and toning effect on skin. Milk is also a strong moisturizer, which helps produce collagen in the skin.

You´ll need

  • Dried milk – 3.53 oz (100 g.)
  • Oat powder – 1.06 oz (30 g.)
  • Baking soda – 1.06 oz (30 g.)
  • Bilberry extract – 0.35 oz (10 g.)
  • Lavender essential oil – 10 drops


  • How to make milk for bath

    Weigh baking soda, dried milk and the oat powder. Oat powder significantly increases the benefits of milk bath, making the skin soft, smooth, and supple.

  • How to make milk for bath

    Pour out by drops the lavender essential oil in the baking soda and grind them carefully.

  • How to make milk for bath

    Soda is not only a skin softener, but also allows the distribution of the essential oil all over the dry milk blend.

  • How to make milk for bath

    Mix everything until they become smooth. Add dry bilberry extract to the mixture, which enriches the milk bath with an extra active elements which are needed for the skin to be healthy and beautiful.

  • How to make milk for bath

    Mix them again. Put the milk mixture in a container with a tight lid to keep it dry.

  • How to make milk for bath

    To take a milk bath, pour the ready made mixture to a warm running water. The milk blend will dissolve immediately. Take a bath for 15-20 minutes.

  • How to make milk for bath

    Lavender essential oil is a proven way of helping you to cope up with different skin problems, such as flaking and dryness of the skin, removing post-acne scars etc. In addition, lavender essential oil is a great means of aromatherapy, eliminating stress, insomnia, and irritability.


  • You may even use dried goat milk for preparing such a milky blend. Oat powder can be replaced by any kind of fruit powder or starch.

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  1. Tabitha 31 October 2013 :

    I’ve read that Cleopatra used to have milk baths. So, milk definitively has some useful characteristics, moreover, the ready blend looks very nice, which is also important for me.

  2. Linda 03 November 2013 :

    That’s right, but milk is better to use in cosmetics than to drink after a certain age. It’s too hard for your stomach.

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