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I just wanted to say that i live in Hershey, Pa, and the Hershey Spa is amazing. Whit that being said, i didn't have time to go to the spa, so i tried your recipe, and my was it WONDERFUL! It was just like being there. Iwill be doing this a lot more at home, and spending my money on other things at the spa. Thansk for the recipe!!
At the end of a tiring day, this was the best treat I treated myself to tonight. This was so easy to put together and when I finished using it in the bath, I smelt like I had visited a chocolate factory in town:-)) MMMMMMMMmmmmmMMMM, this makes you feel very relaxed and good! I added a few drops of lavender oil as well to my bath. Can't wait to make more of this! Thank you so much for coming up with this!
Wonderful milk bath and so much fun with it being chocolate milk! My water felt silky, my skin was so soft, and there was a faint scent of cinnamon and chocolate. My feet are horrible in the winter and they were even soft! I have a larger than standard tub so I used the whole recipe and will be using this often. Very relaxing and cant wait to soak again! Made and reviewed for the I Recommend Tag Game.
This was very nice, but I think I need to use about 1 1/2 times the recipe. I felt like I could barely smell it and I didn't really feel any better then a regular hot bath. That's not to say this wasn't enjoyable, I will just use more next time I try it. Thanks for posting.
Oh lordy! I just crawled out of the bathtub and I smell DELICIOUS. I rubbed on some chocolate lotion afterwards (Suave's) and oh my god, I am in chocolate heaven!
Not sure who enjoyed this more me or my cat who was amused watching "mommy" in a giant bowl of chocolate milk. Aside from the lovely aroma, it left my skin wonderfully soft and smooth.
Great idea! I made it as a special treat for my grandaughter - I told her that she smelled just like a chocolate bunny! I used about half the mixture & saved the rest for another bath. Thanx Kim!