Plazan Skin Care Article: Spa Procedure - Milk Bath Recipe
Issued December 15, 2007
Spa Procedure: Milk Bath Recipe Plazan Skin care articles
Skin Treatment with Milk
Milk and honey are well famous because they were part of regular skin and beauty treatments.
Milk is a very good skin treatment when it is added to bath water.
Milk exfoliates, softens and nourishes the skin. There are some ways to enjoy a milk bath.
Apply Dry or Wet Ingredients in Your Milk Bath.
You can apply liquid milk or dried milk.
The honey may be liquid or dry. You can use any recipe or dry or wet ingredients.
Milk provides sustenance directly to the skin. Milk acts as a mild exfoliate. Milk softens and hydrates the skin too.
Insert Honey, Oatmeal, Sea Salt or Baking Soda to the Milk Bath
Honey softens, provides nutrition and acts to protect the skin.
If you add oatmeal, the oatmeal will quiet dry, itchy skin and protect skin.
Sea salts detoxify and soften skin. Another ingredient you can use in your milk baths is baking soda.
Baking soda is a good cleanser and skin softener.
If you add all of these ingredients together, you will have a fantastic mixture.
Even if you use any of these ingredients only, it will good for the skin.
Attempt an Oatmeal, Cream and Honey Bath.
Oatmeal makes comfortable skin. If you have cooked oatmeal and there is a few liquid from it, add this to the bath as well.
You can apply cooked oatmeal in a bath tea bag that doubles as a washcloth.
Customize This Milk Bath Recipe
CREATE A SIMPLE MILK AND HONEY BATH:
Create a simple "Milk and Honey Bath" by adding 0.5- 2 tablespoons of wet honey
(or its dry alike) and 1 cup of liquid milk to your hot bath
Alternative recipe for "Milk Bath": Add honey's dry alike + half a cup of dried milk
(or 1 cup of liquid milk) as a single ingredients to your bath water for a simple "Milk Bath".
CREATE A HUGE BATCH MILK BATH:
It is easy to use milk as a bath product.
A milk bath mixture can easily be modified by adding other simple ingredients that can be found in most households.
Just be sure you are not sensitive to dairy products before using milk in your bath.
By adding such nutritious ingredients to your bath water, you will have softer and smoother skin.
For a huge batch, mix 3 cups of dried milk to 1 cup of ground quick cooking oat meals.
You can grind the oatmeal in a blender. Grinding the oatmeal is optional.
Use a few tablespoons for each bath. You can also scoop some of this mixture into a large tea bag.
The oatmeal will soften and soothe the skin.
Store your mixture in an airtight container and use a scoop or pour out from the container when using it.
Avoid putting your fingers or moisture into the mixture.
Alternative recipe for "Milk Bath":
Another recipe for a large batch of milk bath mixture combines 1 cup cornstarch,
2 cups dried milk and ½ of a cup of sea salt: Add 2 or 3 tablespoons of your bath mixture to each bath.
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