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CLEOPATRA | BATH MILK | USE A LITTLE OR USE A LOT
The idea of taking a long, hot soak in a milk bath may seem like a strange concept to the uninitiated, but people have been enjoying the benefits of milk baths for centuries. History tells us that the ancient Romans regularly used milk baths. Bathing your face in buttermilk was popular around the turn of the century. Cleopatra was known for her beautiful skin - Well she bathed in Milk as a daily ritual!
Milk baths are making a comeback today, with many celebrities sharing how milk baths are part of their beauty regimen.
Milk can make your skin feel softer and smoother because fats in the milk cling to the skin.
Bathing in milk can also give light, gentle exfoliation. Milk, especially buttermilk, contains lactic acid. Lactic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid commonly used in skin care products and cosmeceuticals
Lactic acid helps dissolve the intercellular "glue" that holds dead skin cells together. These cells slough off more effectively, making room on the skin's surface for smoother, brighter cells.
Of course, we can't forget the psychological effects milk baths give. Milk baths, when blended with fragrance or herbs, smell good. They feel opulent and luxurious. Soaking in a milk bath is a nice way to relax and unwind.
Use a little or use a lot. Just sprinkle the amount desired straight into your full bath tub
WHATS THE INGREDIENTS:
Sea Salt, Rolled Oats, Corn Starch, Bi-Carb, Goats Milk Powder, Colloidal Oatmeal, Milk Bath Powder and Fragrance
Keep dry and in closed pouch.
Use within 3 months of purchase for the full aroma effect.
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