Solid Bath milk recipe, vegan
Solid Bath milk recipe
For silky soft skin, this scrumptious soak is a bath time must have!
To get some already made go here.
Coconut milk and cocoa butter nourish the skin adding moisturizing plant fats, roses sooth the skin and heart, vanilla calms irritated skin issues, and can improve skin tone, as well as being a very calming and grounding aroma.
1 oz cocoa butter (get some here)
1 oz coconut oil (get some here)
1 teaspoon powdered vanilla bean (get some here)
6 oz coconut milk (get some here)
4-6 oz fizzing mixture (recipe here)
rose petals for a pretty top. (get some here)
An ice cube tray for the mold.
Recipe yields about 14 solid bath milks.
melt the butters and oils in a heat proof mixing bowl over a double boiler
once melted, blend in the vanilla
then mix in the coconut milk blending well until no clumps remain.
Add the fizzing mixture slowly as you may not need it all,
mix until you have a dough type consistency that doesn't stick to your hands.
Sprinkle rose petals in the bottom of your mold.
Follow with scooping bits of the milk mixture into each mold,
pressing dough in firmly for a nice strong formed shape.
Set aside to dry over night, or stick in freezer for half an hour, pop out of mold and set to dry on parchment or freezer paper.
I like to wrap these in glassine bags, wax paper, parchment, freezer paper or whatever you like best is great too!
To use, drop one solid milk bar into running bath water and let dissolve, get in soak and enjoy!
Do be mindful, these will make your tub slippery so exit the tub with caution.