Use Dry Milk For Drinking And Bathing

There are many times I have made a trip to the grocery store to pick up milk, which today ends up costing even more due to higher gasoline prices, so I now purchase the store brand of dry milk to have on hand. Since doing this, it has saved me making a trip to the grocery to get milk. I also use the dry milk in my bath water for a milk bath.


I don't know the exact amount because I just pour it in from the dry milk container as the water is running. If you want some bubbles to add to your milk bath, just squirt a small amount of shampoo into the running water. The small bottles we get when staying at a hotel are great for this, too.

By Bobbie G from Rockwall, TX

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January 17, 20070 found this helpful

what is dry milk how it is made and where can i find it

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January 20, 20070 found this helpful

I've heard that a "milk bath" can whiten skin. Is this true? What are all the benefits to a milk bath that you know of? : )

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