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Milk Rose Tub Tea

Sometimes life gets extremely hectic. I mean so crazy that you don’t even have time for yourself, let alone time to even think. The dog needs to be walked, chores need to be done, dinner has to be made and the car needs its oil changed. Whew! Talk about needing a break! I like to relax by drawing a bath and throwing in salts or a tub tea. How do you like to relax? Do you have a recipe or should we make something on the blog? Share with us! In the mean time, let head to the blog kitchen to make this tub tea!

I really enjoy having milk powder in my tub teas, but for this recipe I wondered about Buttermilk Powder. Have you made a tub tea with Buttermilk Powder? What did you think of it? Is this something we should try next time? Let me know what you think!

Note: This tub tea is highly scented. A little will go a long way.

Needed Materials

Epsom Salt
Ground Rose Buds
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Milk Powder
Rose Fragrance Oil
Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
Heat and Seal Tea Bags


Recipe in Grams
300 grams Epsom Salt
7 grams Ground Rose Buds
14 grams Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
7 grams Milk Powder
2 grams Rose Fragrance Oil
2 grams Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
10.58 oz Epsom Salt
0.25 oz Ground Rose Buds
0.5 oz Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
0.25 oz Milk Powder
0.07 oz Rose Fragrance Oil
0.07 oz Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
90% Epsom Salt
2% Ground Rose Buds
4% Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
2% Milk Powder
1% Rose Fragrance Oil
1% Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil

Weigh the Milk Powder and scenting oils into the mixing container. Mix well. Add the ground Rose Buds & Petals, Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate and Epsom Salt. Mix well. Measure into the Heat and Seal Tea Bags. Seal the Heat and Seal Tea Bags. Now, it is bath time!


Finished Tub Tea

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Fully Mixed Tub Tea

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