Romantic Roses & Milk Bath

Romantic Roses & Milk Bath

Soak Away Your Troubles

After a long day, a long relaxing bath can be the perfect thing to soothe tired muscles and ease your tensions away. Make your bath an ultra relaxing experience with this romantic roses & milk bath DIY from Sweet Laurel. A great gift for your Valentine, or just a treat for yourself, we think that this ultra luxe milk bath DIY can be just the thing to carry you through a gloomy Winter day. See full materials and instructions below.

Milk Bath Materials:

  • 1 ½ cups powdered milk
  • ½ cup Epsom salt (look for it at the drugstore or in the pharmacy section of your grocery store)
  • ½ cup dried rose petals
  • rose essential oil

Romantic Roses & Milk Bath

PHOTO: Sweet Laurel
Rose Milk Bath Instructions:
  1. In a mixing bowl, combine powdered milk, Epsom salt & rose petals. Crush some of the roses to a powder as you add them, and leave others whole.
  2. Add about 10 drops of rose essential oil (more or less depending on your preferred strength of fragrance), mix thoroughly.
  3.  Store in an airtight container like an adorable glass jar or cork-stoppered bottle. Makes enough for about four baths (or one super luxurious bath!).

Romantic Roses & Milk Bath

PHOTO: Sweet Laurel

DIY Tip

If making milk bath this as a gift for your Valentine, be sure to get a cute label and fabric bag to hold the jar of bath salts!


Phoenix, AZ

Laurel Morley is a writer, photographer and recipe developer currently living in Phoenix, AZ. At her blog, Sweet Laurel, she explores a passionate quest to understand the intersection of experience and food, finds beauty in the mundane, and loves all things fresh, local and seasonal.

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