Rose Petal Milk Bath Tea

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Save your dried rose petals to make this rose petal milk bath tea. It's great for dry skin with real rose petals, powdered milk, pink salt, and oatmeal. I also added a relaxing blend of essential oils.
You can use dried rose petals from your garden. Just make sure that they haven't been sprayed with any chemicals. Also make sure that they are completely dry. This makes several batches, and they can grow mold if they aren't fully dry.
To make the bath tea, you'll need:

I used powdered coconut milk. Learn more about the benefits of each ingredient when you visit the original blog post.
Combine the salt, powdered milk, oatmeal, and rose petals in a bowl.
Add the essential oils and stir well.
I spooned them into these cute craft jars for storage. Add 2-4 tablespoons of rose milk bath tea to a muslin bag or tea bag and toss in the bath. Discard or compost the bath tea when you are done.
I made this for Valentine's Day, but it's excellent for dry skin. It can be used all year for dry skin.
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