Cinnamon Vanilla Milk Bath

4Did you know that milk baths have been used throughout history by women all over the world? Strong powerful women, such as Cleopatra, Elizabeth the First and Elisabeth of Bavaria. Back then milk baths were only for the rich and powerful, but guess what, times have changed, and I’m pretty sure that if you were to go look in your fridge, right now — you would find milk!

This luxurious, sweet smelling, three-ingredient milk bath will leave your mind & body feeling calm and soothed, and leave your skin feeling fresh and silky-smooth! It also works great for providing relief to skin pain or itch caused by sunburn, bug bites, and even poison ivy.

The best part about it, is that you can easily whip up this cinnamon vanilla milk bath in less than 5 minutes, using ingredients that almost any family household is guaranteed to have in stock!

All you need is:

  • 2 cups of Milk
  • 1 tbsp of Vanilla Extract
  • 2 tsp of Cinnamon

Step One: Add all ingredients into your mason jar.

Step Two: Fasten lid tightly, and shake, shake, shake!

Step Three: Add to your bath water.

Step Four: Enjoy!

Tip: Try substituting the milk for 10% or 18% cream for an extra creamy and luxurious bath!



13 thoughts on “Cinnamon Vanilla Milk Bath

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    • Hi Taylor! I used regular 2% milk for this recipe… I don’t know much about powdered milk, so I can’t tell you if it had the same nutrients… I would assume so, though! 🙂

  2. I just found this on Pinterest and my 6 year old daughter has been sick with a stomach bug so I fixed this up for her and called her in for a bath. She LOVED it. 😀

    • Hi Jennifer! I’m so glad that this helped your daughter feel better! I’m definitely going to try this next time my little ones have a stomach bug. Thanks so much for sharing!! And I hope you’re little one is feeling much better!! 🙂

  3. Thank you, she is better, but our entire family has had it. Of course, I got it last and am very thankful they are at school today do I can recuperate. I’ll be fixing a milk bath for myself pretty soon. 🙂

  4. Can you let this sit or does it have to be used right away? I’m thinking as a gift so I don’t want it to go bad when I give it to her

    • Hi Jenifer! I think this would be ok if kept in the fridge, but probably for only 3 or 4 days… But, if you wanted to make a gift out of it, you could use dehydrated milk instead! 🙂

  5. I’ve heard the cinnamon is bad for your skin. Like it can literally burn your skin. I could be wrong but that does make me worry about this recipe.

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