Baby Bee Buttermilk Bath
2 cups dry (powdered) milk (nonfat or whole)
1 cup dry (powdered) buttermilk (nonfat or whole)
1/2 teaspoon Baby Bee Buttermilk Type Fragrance Oil
Milk baths are some of the most marked-up products ever. Burt’s Bees is $16. This is exactly like Burt’s Bees – just milk and fragrance.
If you use nonfat milk, your skin won’t be oily afterward. But if you use wholefat milk, you will get the natural moisturizing power. It’s all up to your skin type.
If you can’t find buttermilk powder at the regular grocery store, you can definitely find it at a health food store. Whole Foods carries Bob’s Red Mill products, and they have powdered buttermilk.
People with lactose intolerance or milk allergies shouldn’t try this recipe. If mixture is too oily, try 1/4 cup of Natrasorb to soak up the oil.
[Idea modified from theperfumereport.com]