Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

I found this recipe in a book I bought from an antique store, called "Gifts From The Home". Great gift for Christmas.


  1. Combine ingredients in a bowl and stir until well blended.
  2. Store in a airtight container.
  3. To use, add 1/2 cup to a warm bath.
  4. ** aprox 2 baths.


Most Helpful

This is so much nicer than anything you will find in any store...and pennies to make in comparison to it's commercial counterpart!!! I made mine with epsom salts and add my favorite essential oil blend. Bliss!!!

Abby Girl February 06, 2009

My version of this is to add epsom or sea salt instead of table salt and to add a few drops of my favorite essential oil - lilac or lavender

Heather N. January 19, 2008

I loved my long, hot soak in this! I used regular dry milk, but can't wait to try it with dry buttermilk. My only change was to sprinkle several drops of Nag Champa oil into the water while it was running. The options are endless for adding fragrance. LOVE IT!!

Kizzikate July 31, 2007

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