Spearmint Eucalyptus Goat Milk Bath Soak
This is one of my favorite self-care recipes and can be made in just minutes. I incorporate eucalyptus oil for its beneficial properties, including soothing dry irritated skin, protecting against infection, and rejuvenating sore muscles. I chose spearmint oil both to aid in reducing fever, fatigue, inflammation, and nasal congestion. Goat milk bath was chosen to moisturize and nourish skin.
Ingredients You Will Need
1 cup (240 ml) dehydrated goat milk (available at organic groceries or specialty markets)
¼ cup (57 g) baking soda
¼ cup (57 g) cornstarch
10 drops eucalyptus essential oil
10 drops spearmint essential oil
pink Himalayan rock salt to finish
- In a medium-sized bowl, whisk the first three ingredients until evenly combined.
- Whisk the essential oils into the mixture to combine.
- Funnel the mixture into a clean, dry glass jar and top with one tablespoon (15 ml) of pink Himalayan rock salt.
Precautionary note: Use caution when using this product, as essential oils can make certain bathtub surfaces slippery.
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