DIY Peppermint Milk Bath



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Kelly Dixon

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  1. Is this meant for just one bath?
    Or do you add only one third or half to one bath?


    1. Hi Onemoremile28:)

      You can use however much you’d like! You can sprinkle just a little bit in, or split it up into 4 baths. It’s totally up to you! It’s also fun to use as a foot soak:) But, as with all milk baths, you’ll want to rise your skin afterwards. Have fun! Bathing in milk has been known as a “beauty treatment” for many, many years.

      Take care and thanks for stopping by,
      Kelly from Smart! School {House}

  2. This is such a creative idea, can’t wait to make up a batch! I’m featuring you this week at Thursday’s treasures. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I’m also wondering about the tea leaves and if they dissolve. Otherwise, you’d have tea leaves stuck to you skin in the bath! 🙂

  4. What a treat, and I love the packaging! Thanks so much for linking up on Super Sweet Saturday!