Collection: Bath Milk

Ever heard the slogan "milk does a body good"? It turns out that milk does the skin good, too. Milk baths have been part of beauty and relaxation rituals for centuries. Cleopatra famously bathed in sour milk to improve her skin texture. And for good reason: Milk baths can have tons of great benefits for your skin.They can soothe and hydrate skin, whether its dry, itchy, or just generally irritated.

  • Exfoliation: "The lactic acid in milk acts as a mild alpha hydroxy acid, which helps with exfoliation," Dr. Henry explains. This helps to smooth the skin's texture and get rid of dry, rough patches.
  • Inflammation: Milk baths can also treat some frequent ailments, including sunburns and poison ivy rashes. "The proteins and vitamins will help calm inflammation and moisturize," Dr. Henry explains. If you’re treating a sunburn, she suggests applying aloe vera after your bath to help skin retain moisture.
  • Hydration and replenishment: "Milk also contains nourishing ingredients for your skin, like proteins, fat, vitamins, and minerals," Dr. Henry adds.

While bubble bath, shower gel, or soap is for cleansing for your skin, Bath Milk is made primarily to nourish and moisturise.

It's made with powdered milk. The powder used in bath milk does not spoil as quickly as liquid milk, and may be derived from cows, goats, sheep, flowers, honey or coconuts. Benefits of using this kind of milk in the bath include emollients and additional vitamins, which may improve the way skin looks and feels. Milk contains Proteins, Fat, Vitamins, Minerals, and Lactic Acid all extremely beneficial for your skin.

Goat Milk, Sheep Milk, Coconut Milk, Honey, Aloe Vera, Rose Clay, Yogurt, or Buttermilk all in powder form, are rich in vitamins and minerals and known to protect the skin. It also helps to soothe and protect from eczema and other skin irritations. Combined with essential oils and epsom salt, turn your bath into a spa at home that's extremely beneficial for your skin.

Use in combination with our Whipped Lotions to really lock in moisture to the skin.

 

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