We’re sharing a simple recipe for an amazing lavender goat milk bath tea. There’s nothing quite as relaxing as a scent-filled bath and these will be perfect for a spa day at home for you or as a gift. Click through and get the recipe and tips for amazing tub teas.
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Lavender Goat Milk Bath Tea
The aroma of nature’s most relaxing scent, lavender, is beautiful. But let’s be honest: it makes a stinking mess in the tub! I have to clean enough that I really don’t want to get into a zen-like state only to be violently shaken from it while I scrub little flowers from the sides of the bath.
Enter the wonderful invention of bath teas. We’re no stranger to creating our own tub tea recipes here on Ruffles and Rain Boots. Because we’ve been making them for years, we have a few tips and tricks we’d love to share with you.
Supplies for Lavender Goat Milk Tub Tea
- 1/4 cup French lavender dried flower buds
- 1/3 cup Epsom salts (unscented)
- 1/4 cup goat milk powder
- organza bags or large empty tea bags
- optional: this style of cocoa butter (they will melt in the bath and add a moisturizing component)
Ways to Gift DIY Bath Products
I’ve shared some printable gift boxes with this bath tea recipe, but the gifting options are endless. So are the scents! Our favorites scents for DIY bath products are the standby recipes which include a citrus scent, peppermint, green tea, or vanilla.
- clean out an old glass candle jar (with lid) and fill with tub teas; wrap with a ribbon and tag
- create a bath basket filled with bath bombs, bath salts, and a loofah
- share a large mason jar full of a few bath products with friends, teachers, or caregivers
Assemble the Lavender Bath Teas
In a small glass or stainless steel mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. Stir well to incorporate the items.
Fill an organza bag halfway and tie closed with the drawstring. Double-knot the bag so none of the items can be released in the bath.
If you’re using the tea bags, fill two-thirds full and fold down the top of the tea bag. Fold the corners in and then the top down. You can seal it closed with a flat iron or staples.
To use these amazing lavender and goat milk bath teas, drop into a warm bath. You can hang the bag over the faucet to ensure the hot water melts the cocoa butter (if using).
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