DIY Indulgent Rose Milk Bath Soak Recipe

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Having to work from home and attend virtual meetings is tiring, isn’t it? My amazing treat for you – yeah, exclusively at your home – is here if you need some tranquility + great skin. This rose milk bath recipe will spoil you a little and help you lighten up.

What you need

  • 2 tablespoons of milk powder
  • 3 tablespoons of oatmeal
  • 2 tablespoons of Himalayan pink salt
  • 1 tablespoon of baking soda
  • 10 to 15 rose petals (depending on your batch)
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 4 to 5 drops of the essential oil of your choice

Benefits of the ingredients

rose milk bath recipe ingredients

Milk powder

It smoothes the skin, creating a tone that looks very youthful. In addition to hydrating the skin, it acts as a facial cleanser. Milk deeply nourishes the skin, making it wonderfully moisturizing. As a result, the skin becomes tighter, and there is a reduction in wrinkles.


Oats are not only good for your health but your skin as well. Scrubbing dead skin cells with oatmeal helps remove them. Being anti-allergic, it prevents skin itching and dryness. Acne and breakouts are reduced by using it. Additionally, it helps to reduce skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, etc. Also, it helps prevent sunburns.

Himalayan pink salt

As a natural exfoliator, it scrubs the skin. Moreover, minerals like potassium and magnesium are abundant in it. Pink salt helps detoxify the skin deeply because it is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and ceramides. Acne can be reduced with its anti-microbial properties. It is helpful for soothing skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, etc. Adding Himalayan pink salt to bath soaks is an excellent way to kill bacteria and disinfect while also calming your skin. As a result, muscles relax, and muscle pain is reduced.

Baking soda

Thanks to its antibacterial properties, baking soda is known for drying out pimples. Skin is mildly exfoliated, which helps to get rid of breakouts. As a mild abrasive, it works well as a skin exfoliator. You can say goodbye to dead skin with baking soda.

Rose petals

It’s hard to imagine a luxurious bath without rose petals. Polyphenols and vitamin C found in it protect the skin against inflammation. What’s more, it is excellent for treating acne because it is both antibacterial and antiseptic. After applying rose petals to the skin, you will notice a natural glow and tightened pores.


For skin that needs ample hydration, honey is a lifesaver. Apart from being an acne-fighting agent, it helps you get rid of blackheads. A humectant, honey draws moisture to the skin. This elixir improves the complexion of the skin and provides natural hydration over time.

Essential oils

Apart from relaxing muscles and soothing the body and mind, essential oils have the ability to treat specific skin conditions. Whenever you use them on your skin, make sure to dilute them with a carrier oil and never use them alone.

rose milk bath recipe

Steps to Prepare the Rose Milk Bath

  1. Get a glass jar.
  2. Combine milk powder and ground oats.
  3. Then, sprinkle Himalayan pink salt and baking soda on it.
  4. Add fresh or dried rose petals with a few drops of essential oil.
  5. Last but not least, mix everything well and cover tightly.

To use, put a few scoops of the milk bath into a bathtub filled with warm water. Spend a minimum of 30 minutes soaking in it, reading yourself a book, and going slow for a while.

For a body scrub, mix the required amount of this DIY recipe with rose water or yogurt to make a smooth paste. Then, massage it into your neck, hands, and legs thoroughly and let it sit for a little while.

Why should you try this recipe?

  • Contains a great deal of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients, which are quite beneficial to the skin.
  • Contains only natural ingredients, making it safe for use.
  • Effortlessly softens skin
  • Suitable for inflammatory skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis.
  • Prevents skin flare-ups and soothes irritated skin
  • Moisturizing deeply helps heal dry skin.
  • Provides relief from sunburns
  • Efficacious mood enhancer
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Ensures a good night’s sleep
  • Provides a luxurious bathing experience

What to keep in mind?

  • If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in this preparation, do not use it.
  • As soon as you feel faint, uneasy, or dizzy, leave the bathtub immediately.
  • If you have a fever or any other disease, do not take the rose milk bath. You should never consume the milk bath’s liquid.
  • If you have lactose intolerance, avoid dairy products. You can still make the recipe without milk. You can use Plant-based alternatives like almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk.
  • If you have any cuts or burns or have had surgery, do not take this bath. Allow the wounds to heal before moving forward.

Final thoughts

Finally, I would like to add a small note to this rose milk bath recipe: schedule a relaxing weekend to try it out. Don’t miss out on it. If you liked the recipe, share it with your friends and family.

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