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This would make a nice last minute Christmas gift, or a gift to yourself to relax with an inexpensive at-home DIY spa treatment from ingredients that may already be in your cupboards
This recipe was adapted from Tablespoon.com and will equal 3 recommended bath treatments (1 cup each), although prefer putting mine in an old Parmesan Cheese shaker and sprinkling or pouring into my bath instead.

The mixture is to be added to a hot bath to detoxify, deodorize and moisture skin.

Posted by KMOM14 from Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States • Published See KMOM14's 367 projects »
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  • How to make a bath salt. Miracle Milk Bath - Step 1
    Step 1

    Put the ingredients in a bowl

  • How to make a bath salt. Miracle Milk Bath - Step 2
    Step 2

    Mix together.

  • How to make a bath salt. Miracle Milk Bath - Step 3
    Step 3

    .Pick out the container(s) you want to use and spoon mixture inside. I used an empty Parmesan Cheese container so it can be easily shaken or poured into bath water and what didn't fit I put in a plastic bag.

  • How to make a bath salt. Miracle Milk Bath - Step 4
    Step 4

    Optional to make shake container:

    - Empty Clean Dry Parmesan Cheese container
    - Printer and paper
    - Scissors
    Download label or make your own (http://thegraphicsfairy.com/vintage-clip-art-old-ink-label-lacey-graphic-frame/0
    - Free Lacy Graphic The Graphics Fairy
    - Photo Editing Software
    - Glue or glues stick
    - Gold Acrylic & sponge brush or spray paint

    I used a Free Lacy Graphic The Graphics Fairy to create a vintage looking label. I used the free version of Picmonkey to add the text to the label, then cut around the edges and used glue to glue it to the bottle.

  • How to make a bath salt. Miracle Milk Bath - Step 5
    Step 5

    As I wanted it to have a vintage vibe, I used acrylic paint to paint the lid gold, dabbing with a sponge brush, allowing to dry and repeating 3 times.

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Comments

Jackie G.
Jackie G. · New York, New York, US · 2 projects
I like the project but your "You will need" list does not match the ingredients listed in the first picture.
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