Now I am glad you are looking for Homemade Bath Recipes. We spend way to little time on relaxing.. And there is no better way than a good soak in the tub.
I have put together recipes and information on all kinds of baths, relaxing, de-tox baths, healing blend, and the hard to beat milk baths that were used by The Legendary Queen of Egypt Cleopatra .
Now Karen is not the Queen of Egypt but she can rule our house time to time. So Wayne'r has found that making a homemade bath recipe up for her to soak in can make for great points. You can print out this part and leave it on his desk....
Let me get you into a little hot water that you will enjoy.."As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases."
A Bubble Bath doubles as a Moisturizer
Some how when you put bubbles in the bath tub it starts the relaxation. Then you combine this with moisturizing oils your skin will feel great at the end of your bath.
3/4 cup of soap flakes
4 tablespoons of either Sunflower oil or grapeseed oil
3 tablespoons glycerine
You can use a few drops of your favorite essential oil but not a must.
Start with dissolving the soap flakes in 1 cup of boiling water stirring it gently. Once the soap is dissolved add the oil and glycerine, then the essential oil if using one.
With the water running pour in 5 tablespoons of your new solution onto the water. Save the rest of the solution for your next bath. It should last a month or so at room temp.
Tip: Instead of using the soap flakes out of a box you can make your own flakes out of your own bar of soap. I recommend you use a glycerine soap though. We have a old small food processor that we use, it is the size of a coffee bean grinder. Using the hand grater got old.
A chocolate bath for lovers. The skin becomes drenched with natural and delicious softeners.
Milk Baths are just like regular baths, only with an addition of milk and often other scents such as lavender, honey, and essential oils. Cleopatra, Elizabeth I of England, Elisabeth of Bavaria, and others have historically acclaimed the beautifying benefits of these baths. Some of the best homemade bath recipes.
Bath bombs are easy to make and provide a delightful fizzing adventure in the tub. If you do not know what a bath bomb is, it is a sweet scented
mixture of citric acid, baking soda and other ingredients that fizz when you plop them into your tub.
This homemade recipe comes from Dr. Diana for the Best Ever De-Tox Bath Soak.
And information from Ladies Blend on Pennie's
Bath Tea - Detoxifying Blend
Whith a Natural Bath or Foot Rub, Wayne'r can score some big points with Karen!!! The only thing I would change in this recipe is the olive oil, I would use grapeseed oil or sunflower oil. They will mix with the water. Sherry also gives us a simple Body Scrub recipe along with homemade bath recipes
Herbs are way Wayne'r can get pionts with Karen Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall is Making up a Homemade Herbs Bath. I'm glad Sharon listed chamomile and lavender. Both of these make for a great bath. This is a good list of ingredients to use.
Bath Oils are the easiest Homemade Skin Care Recipes. With feel good results. Using essential oils in the bath is one of the nicest ways to enjoy their therapeutic benefits. Adding them to either grape seed oil or sunflower oil to disperse the essential oils throughout the water and onto to your body. Look here for more homemade bath recipes.