Milk Bath Powder – 5 ounces – Bathing in milk has been around for a very long time. It was one of the beauty regiments of Cleopatra. There are a lot of benefits to milk baths Milk contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid that can help loosen the bonds that hold old, dead cells to the surface of the skin. Once these scaly dead cells are removed, your skin feels softer and looks brighter. A milk bath helps exfoliate your skin without any scrubbing, so you don’t have to worry about irritating your skin. Milk also contains fats and proteins that can help boost your skin’s moisture content and keep it hydrated even after you’re done soaking. Just pour 1/2 cup to a cup under running warm water and soak for as long as like. I did not add any fragrance to this recipe, so if you want some aromatherapy to go with your bath, pour in a few drops of your favorite essential oil. You may want to follow up with one of our moisturizers or body butters.