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Healthy Glowing Skin is Always a Mood
Rose petals sprinkled in a bath are the image of luxury and self care, but what you don't know is it's the perfect recipe for healthy skin. Rose petals are loaded with skin loving minerals, antioxidants and contain Vitamin A, C, D, and E. They have a mild sedative, anti-depressant, and mood-enhancing agent especially if you love roses as much as I do. Rose petals have a natural calming and soothing fragrance. With the quarantine going on, I have more time in my day to do one of my favorite things, draw myself a rose milk bath and soak in it while I read and relax with a glass of wine.
Milk has a ton of skin nourishing properties, such as softening and cleansing. Milk also gently exfoliates the skin, while encouraging skin regeneration. In addition to dried rose petals and powdered milk, this rose petal milk bath recipe also includes crushed oatmeal. Oatmeal has been used in skincare for millennia's. Scientific studies have verified colloidal oatmeal’s moisturizing, cleansing, anti-oxidative, and anti-inflammatory properties. Scientists believe that oatmeal is safe and effective in treating various skin issues.
To make one yourself, all you need are a few natural ingredients. This recipe also has a generous amount of Himalayan pink salt. As its name suggests, this special salt comes from the Himalayan mountain range, and has a delicate pink and rose-like hue. It is loaded with skin-friendly nutrients that many people believe can detox skin and stimulate circulation. It is said that adding Himalayan pink salt to a bath can increase the bath’s healing and cleansing properties.
Lastly, this rose milk bath as a dash of honey. Adding honey to the bath will moisturize, soften, and sooth dry skin. For me, when the weather changes my skin can get dry and I love using this bath for added moisture. The natural antioxidant properties in honey will help detox your body while you soak.
Recipe to Make a Rose Milk Bath:
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