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Homemade Bath Oil Beads


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January 11, 2011

A woman taking a relaxing bath.Makes 10 beads.

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Directions:

Combine the dried milk, flour, and borax in a bowl. Using a fork, stir until well mixed. Add the rose water, mineral oil, rose fragrance oil, and food coloring (if desired). Stir until you have thick dough.

Take a teaspoon of dough and roll it into a ball, with your hands. Keep rolling and working with the dough until it is shiny with oil all over it. Repeat until all of the dough has been shaped. Place the balls on waxed paper or foil and let air dry for 24 hours. You can leave in ball shape or press designs in them. This makes a handful of fragrant bath beads. When one or two dissolve in warm bath water, they release skin-softening milk and oil, and the scent of roses.

By Irishwitch from Aurora, CO

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November 20, 2013

Instead of using mineral oil in the bath beads, can I use baby oil?

By Crystal

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November 21, 20140 found this helpful

If you don't mind smelling like baby oil. It's the same thing except for the perfume.

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