Milk baths may be used to help improve symptoms of some skin problems. Because of the moisturizing fats in milk, it helps reduce some of the dryness and itching caused by skin conditions such as xerosis or eczema. The benefits of a milk bath don't stop at your skin -- the natural fats in milk are good for your hair, too. So, letting your hair soak during your time in the tub may help add some life back into it. Milk baths help to hydrate skin and retain moisture after you step out. Just be sure to rinse off in clean water after your soak so that you're left with a soft, milky glow instead of a sticky milk residue.

Lavender Milk Bath 11oz

  • Directions: Add about 2 scoops (1/4 cup) of mixture to hot bath water while the tub is filling up. Soak and relax. Be sure to rinse off with clean water before you step out of the bath, so you won't have a milky film/residue on your skin.

    Ingredients: Powdered Goat Milk, Powdered Whole Milk, Magnesium Sulfate; Sodium Bicarbonate; Corn Starch, Lavender Essential Oil; Purple Coloring.