Homemade Rose Milk Bath

I’m going to let you in on a secret: homemade beauty gifts are beyond easy. Take this rose milk bath, for example. I feel guilty (well, almost) calling it “homemade” when all it requires is putting a few ingredients together in a bowl. Finding a cute bottle for the packaging is the hardest part!

Homemade Rose Milk Bath | HelloNatural.coBut that’s why beauty gifts are my fave. Totally easy and always appreciated = gift giving home run.

Homemade Rose Milk Bath

  • 1 1/2 cups powdered milk (full fat if you can find it, otherwise nonfat will work)
  • 1/2 cup Epsom salt
  • 1/4 cup (or more) dried rose petals
  • Red food coloring
  • Rose essential oil

Mix the powdered milk and Epsom salts together and add 2-3 drops of red food coloring. Mix until you have a uniform pink color. Then add the rose petals and 5-7 drops of essential oil. If you don’t have rose essential oil you can skip it or use any other soothing essential oil you might have, like lavender or chamomile. Then pour milk bath into a bottle or sachet and make a pretty gift tag.

Homemade Rose Milk Bath | HelloNatural.coI’ve giving this milk bath to the kiddos’ teachers for Christmas – along with a hand salve that I still have to figure out how to make. By the holidays, those ladies definitely deserve a little pampering.

Homemade Rose Milk Bath | HelloNatural.coWhat’s on your Christmas making list?

Stephanie

chases 3 small kids and edits Hello Natural


Comments

  1. Candy girl 13 says

    ‘Lisa Johnson’ this is incredibly rude! i tried it myself and this did not happen. I wish you where a kinder human being. Not the whole world revolves around you and you are not always right. I hate you a bit even though i have never met you. You are obviously the problem, as it has never happened to anybody else. Try thinking of other people before you speak

  2. Candy girl 13 says

    I just love this milk bath recipe. Fantastic idea. I would only suggest including how much it makes, how much for each bath etc etc.

  3. Lisa Johnson says

    OMG THIS IS TERRIBLE THE MILKD CURDLES IN THE BATH DISGUSTING NOBODY MAKE THIS ITS A WASTE OF TIME AND MATERIALS

  4. Lisa Johnson says

    Hi i was wondering how much this would make? for example would this be enough for two or three people? or only one?

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