Goats Milk Lavender Milk Bath Powder: When added to the warm bath this blend of milk extracts and essences gives a rich emollient, relaxing, and fragrant (when essential oils are added) sensation.
Luxury LAVENDER MILK BATH POWDER - Add to baths, soaps, facial masks, foot soaks - BEAUTIFUL! Create gorgeous Skin Care for yourself or begin a new business!
- Simple, easy, natural
- Use with our shimmers & fragrances
- Tip into a bath
- Mix with Renascent Rock Salt to Make Bathing Crystals
- Mix with Renascent Melt and Pour Soap Base to create skin softening soaps
- Add to Renascent Soap Dough and Roll into beautiful Soap Balls (See above images)
- Packed in a handy self sealing bag
- Ingredients: Fat Removed Finely Milled Milk Powder, Lavender Buds, Lavender Essential Oil, Vitamin E
Experience the luxury of soaking in a rich milky bath infused with your choice of oils.....soften and revitalize your skin.
Mix with a little water and add to melted soap base to create creamy, moisturising soaps.
Add to bathing salts / Soaps / baths / Foot Soaks / Bath Bombs / skin care masks
Your skin will feel divine after a "Cleopatra" bath - truly indulgent!
Paraben-free; Sulfate-Free; Ethoxylate-free; propylene glycol-free, silicone-free, DEA-free and artificial colour-free.
Specifications: Free flowing powder
Expiry date: 12 months from date of manufacture.
Preservation: This product has no added preservative relying on the essential oils you add to maintain its integrity.
However should you wish to add a preservative we recommend that you add an additional 0.1% Potassium Sorbate or Sodium Benzoate.
Fragrancing: Essential Oil of Lavender.
Colour: White to off white with Lavender Buds.
Colouring: This is not normally coloured other than as provided.
Usage: Sprinkle a generous amount into the bath water and mix to create a luxurious milk bath for pampering skin softness.
Features: The milk concentrate provides protein and emollients while the essential oils (you add) have been used since ancient times as much for their perfume as for their medicinal properties. Romans added lavender to their bath water, hence the name derived from the word ‘to wash’ - lavare.
Powdered Milk Bath recipe (This has been made up for you)
1 cup milk bath powder
5 to 8 drops scented oil -perfume oil or essential oil
Mix milk bath powder with oil. Mix well. Add more oil for a stronger scent. Place in a container for gift giving. Include a card with directions:
To use, add to running bath water.
Note: Individuals receiving this information must exercise their independent judgment in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose or use.