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The Lavender Bath Milk is an indulgent and luxurious product that combines the nourishing properties of natural Colorado whole milk with the relaxing benefits of lavender essential oil and lavender buds. Natural Colorado whole milk is rich in vitamins and minerals, and it's naturally moisturizing, making it a great ingredient for skin care. Lavender essential oil is known for its calming and soothing properties, making it a popular choice for bath products. The addition of real lavender buds enhances the aroma of the bath milk, providing an indulgent sensory experience that promotes relaxation and comfort. This luxurious bath milk will leave your skin feeling soft, smooth, and nourished, while the lavender aroma provides a spa-like escape right in your own bathroom.


Lavender bath milk is commonly used in spa treatments to provide a relaxing and soothing experience. It is added to a bath to help soften and moisturize the skin, and the scent of lavender is known to have a calming effect on the mind and body. 


Treat yourself to a spa day at home with our Lavender Bath Milk and enjoy the luxurious benefits of this indulgent soak.


Use 1/4 of the bottle per bath.


Handcrafted with love in small batches by Mion Artisan Soap Co.


Ingredients: natural Colorado whole milk, baking soda, corn starch, lavender essential oil, lavender buds


Weight: 17 fl oz.

Lavender Bath Milk

  • How to Use Lavender Bath Milk


    • Fill the bathtub with warm water to your desired level.

    • Pour the lavender bath milk into the water and stir gently to distribute evenly.

    • Soak in the bath for 20-30 minutes, allowing the milk and lavender to nourish and hydrate your skin.

    • Rinse off in the shower after the bath, pat your skin dry with a towel, and moisturize as needed.


    Lavender Bath Milk Frequently Asked Questions


    • What is lavender bath milk and what are its benefits? Lavender bath milk is a type of bath product that contains lavender essential oil or dried lavender flowers. It is known for its skin-softening and moisturizing properties, as well as its calming scent that can help soothe and relax the mind and body.

    • Is lavender bath milk safe for all skin types? Lavender bath milk is generally safe for all skin types, but it's always recommended to patch test the product before using it, especially if you have sensitive skin or known allergies.

    • How often can I use lavender bath milk? It's safe to use lavender bath milk once or twice a week, or as recommended by a skincare professional. Overuse can cause dryness or irritation.

    • Can I use lavender bath milk if I'm pregnant? Consult with a doctor or a skincare professional before using lavender bath milk if you are pregnant, as some essential oils can be unsafe during pregnancy.

    • Can lavender bath milk be used by children? It is recommended to consult with a pediatrician before using lavender bath milk on children, as their skin can be more sensitive to certain ingredients.

    • How much lavender bath milk should I use per bath? It depends on the brand and formulation of the lavender bath milk. Follow the instructions on the product label or consult with a skincare professional for recommended usage.

    • Can lavender bath milk be used in hot tubs or jacuzzis? Yes, lavender bath milk can be used in hot tubs or jacuzzis, but be mindful of the water temperature to prevent overheating or skin irritation.

    • Does lavender bath milk come from lavender cows? Nope, those are definitely not a real breed of cows! But, who knows, maybe one day we'll discover the existence of purple moo-sters who produce lavender-scented milk! Until then, you'll have to stick to using our Lavender Bath Milk.


    How to Make Lavender Bath Milk



    • 1 cup whole milk or coconut milk
    • 1/4 cup dried lavender flowers
    • 2 tablespoons cornstarch
    • 1 tablespoon baking soda
    • 1 tablespoon Epsom salt


    • In a saucepan, heat the milk over medium heat until it begins to steam.

    • Stir in the dried lavender flowers and let steep for 10 minutes.

    • Strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer into a bowl, discarding the lavender flowers.

    • In a small bowl, whisk together the cornstarch and 2 tablespoons of the lavender-infused milk until smooth.

    • Pour the mixture back into the saucepan with the remaining lavender-infused milk.

    • Add the baking soda and Epsom salt and whisk until combined.

    • Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it thickens and starts to boil.

    • Remove from heat and let cool to room temperature.

    • Pour the lavender bath milk into a clean, airtight container and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

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