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Silk Milk Bath

1 cup instant powdered skim milk
1 tablespoon powdered orris root
3/4 cup Dead sea salt(best to use fine salt, or ground up in a blender
10 drops Jasmine oil
7 drops Ylang-Ylang oil
5 drops Bergamot oil

Put the first three ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Scoop out about 1/2 cup and place in a smaller bowl. Add your essential or fragrance oils one at a time and mix well after each one. Add the scented salts to the rest of the remaining salts, and mix well. This recipe doesn't call for coloring, and after you mix it up you will see why. It is a beautiful blend just the way it is. Store in a glass jar with a tight fitting lid.

Marie Browning's book "Beautiful Handmade Natural Soaps"

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Bath and Body Tip #12

The beauty of oatmeal baths is that they are gentle enough to be enjoyed daily if wished.

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