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Bath Milk Recipes using Goats Milk
  • Difficulty Beginner
  • Time 30 mins
  • Yields Various

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Bath Milk Recipes using Goats Milk

With powdered Bath Milk Recipes volume measurements usually suffice, however, if replicating the recipes into bulk quantities it is best to make them into a formula using weight measurements.

To do this, simply weigh the basic recipe and write your formula in grams which is much more accurate for multiplying into a formula – both for percentage of ingredients as well as accurate costing.

You can package bath milks in so many ways, in Tubs, Bail Jars, Stand Up Pouches, Muslin & Cotton Bags, Bath Tea Bags and more!  Medium or Large Tub Tea Bags are perfect if you don't like "bits" of dried herbs and leaves sticking to your body when you step out of the bath.  

All our Tea Bags and Muslin Bags can be found on THIS page

 

Milk plus More Milk Bath Recipe

½ cup Goats Milk Powder
½ cup Buttermilk Powder
½ cup Colloidal Oatmeal

In the coffee Grinder – Grind to a powder:
1 tablespoon Rose Petals
1 tablespoon Lavender Flowers

 Goats Milk & Honey Milk Bath

1 ½ cups Goats Milk Powder
1 tablespoon Colloidal Oatmeal
1 tablespoon Honey Powder *Optional

½ cup Natrasorb Bath
1 teaspoon Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Fragrance

 

Goats Milk Bath Soak for Tired Muscles

2 cups Goats Milk Powder
1 cup Epsom Salts
½ cup Bicarbonate of Soda

If adding Essential Oils or Fragrance
½ cup Natrasorb Bath
Up to 1 teaspoon (5 ml) Fragrance or Essential Oil Blend of choice



Herbal Bath Milk

1 cup Buttermilk Powder
1 cup Goats Milk Powder

In the coffee Grinder – grind to a powder:
3 teaspoons dried Herbs & Flowers of choice



Method:

The main thing is to keep the bath milks dry if you are storing them for any period of time as bathrooms can be quite moist, so use a sealed zip lock bag or some lovely glass jars or bottles for display and storage. Using Natrasorb if using Fragrance or Essential Oils really helps keep the mixture dry.

The method is the same for all - and it's easy!


Method to use when making Bath Tea Bags:

  • Place Natrasorb into a glass bowl
  • Drip in the essential oil/s and stir through well to eliminate lumps - the mixture will resemble fine breadcrumbs
  • Place the milk powder and herbs and/or oats into the mixing bowl and mix to combine
  • Place one tablespoon into a large heat sealable teabag and carefully seal with the edge of the iron.
  • Store in an airtight container or decorative jar

Note: If you overfill the bags when they get wet they will swell and this can split the seams apart.

 

Method to use when using Airtight Container and/or Ziplock Bags:

  • Place Natrasorb into a glass bowl
  • Drip in the essential oil/s or Fragrance and stir through well to eliminate lumps - the mixture will resemble fine breadcrumbs
  • Place the milk powder/s and herbs and/or oats into the mixing bowl or a large ziplock bag and mix to combine
  • Store in an airtight container or decorative jar


To Use: Add one Tub Tea Bag under the running tap in the Bath or if stored in bulk, add 1 to 2 tablespoons directly to the bath water.