Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by Vikki Marti » Wed, 13 Jan 1999 04:00:00



I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
in advance.

--
Vikki

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by Jess » Thu, 14 Jan 1999 04:00:00



writes

Quote:
>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>in advance.

>--
>Vikki

Try

http://www.esosoft.com/thelibrary/index.htm

--
Jess

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by The Harrelson' » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00


You can find formulas for bath salt and other stuff at:

http://www.makestuff.com/formulas.html

Hope this helps out.

Debra

Quote:

>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>in advance.

>--
>Vikki

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by Sandy Darc » Sat, 16 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Try www.makestuff.com
Sandy

Quote:

>writes
>>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>>in advance.

>>--
>>Vikki

>Try

>http://www.esosoft.com/thelibrary/index.htm

>--
>Jess

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by The Park » Wed, 20 Jan 1999 04:00:00


A great resource for making bath salts and milk bath products is a book
"Rituals for the Bath" by Kathy Corey and Lynne Blackman.  It retails for
$14.95 and contains over 80 natural products one can make at home.  It is
superb!  Also there is a resource on the web for buying oils.....under
aromatherapy if you can't find what you want locally....or you need a purer,
truer oil.  Enjoy!

Sherry

P.S.  If you don't want to buy the book just email me and I'll pull out
several for you.

Quote:

>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>in advance.

>--
>Vikki

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by br.. » Thu, 21 Jan 1999 04:00:00




Quote:
>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>in advance.

>--
>Vikki

Here is an easy milk bath recipe... Add 2 parts milk powder to 1 part
cornstarch and then add a little essential oil until you get the scent
intensity you want and you are done.

I have lots of other recipes at my site... :)

S.P. Bragg
Beauty Guide
http://beauty.miningco.com

 
 
 

Need recipes for making bath salts and milk bath products

Post by Doug & Pamela Barnet » Fri, 22 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>I remember seeing how to make your own bath products in a recent
>Southern Living but have lost my copy.  I know that I can simply add
>oils and colorings to epson salts for scented and colored bath salts.
>Any other ideas for that?  Also, I love the milk bath products either
>dry or liquid form and want to know how to make my own scented versions
>of that kind of product.  I haven't had much luck finding information on
>milk bath products on the internet and would appreciate some advice.  I
>wish to make my own and not purchase already scented products.  Thanks
>in advance.

>--
>Vikki

here's another site to try
http://www.geocities.com/heartland/flats/1894/giftsjar.html