Calming Milk bath. (213ML)

Calming Milk bath. (213ML)

C$34.00Price

Our luxurious Calming Milk Bath is infused with our Calendula Herbs which are grown in Northern Ontario. The calendula adds added skin benefits to a highly beneficial bathing experience. Milk baths in general have an extensive history of being beneficial such as:

 

Moisturizing for the skin as the fats, proteins and Lactic Acid found in milk may help to hydrate, gently exfoliate and retain moisture.

 

It may help to calm redness from sunburn or reduce some of the dryness and itching caused by conditions such as Psoriasis or eczema.

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    Milk Bath Exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells. This happens because of the alpha hydroxy acid/ lactic acid in the milk. Exfoliators work against the top layers of your skin to remove dead or dull cells and help to improve the overall texture of the skin. Therefore, any dry areas of the skin should be helped by bathing in milk.

    Inflammation of the skin can be treated with a milk bath. Milk contains proteins and vitamins that help reduce inflammation.

    For burnt skin....Once you have soaked in milk, it’s very important to lock moisture back into the skin. Using aloe vera is a great way to retain as much moisture as possible.

    • reduce fine lines and wrinkles
    • improve skin firmness
    • ease tension
    • relieve stress
    • promote restful sleep
    • beneficial on damaged hair so don't be shy and soak from head to toe.

     

    Risks

    People with a milk allergy should avoid milk baths. Simply coming into contact with milk can lead to allergy symptoms like itchy skin, rash and even hives. Opting for a plant-based milk may be a safe alternative if you know that you aren’t allergic to that type of milk. For example we carry a dairy free option (Coconut milk bath). Avoid consuming any bath products. Always consult with a physician if you are unclear if milk baths, herbs, salts and essential oils are not right for you.

    For the lactose-intolerant, taking a milk bath is likely safe because it’s not being ingested but try a test patch to be sure.