Unforgettable Rich Spiced Chai Latte Bath

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Melt into an Unforgettable Warming Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak

Melt into an Unforgettable Rich Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak

We’ve…

trimmed the tree

decked the halls

open every box and bag

carved the roast beast

and rang in the new year

Why the Holidays are finally over and it’s time to R E L A X! Take advantage of your recently empty social calendar, open a bottle of wine just because, and make something for yours truly.

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Melt Your Cares Away

Take a cue from none other than the queen of relaxation – Cleopatra herself. Who soaked in legendary milk baths with essential oils to relax, soften, and moisturize the skin. This recipe for a rich spiced chai latte DIY bath soak is no different. Let warming clove, cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom essential oils melt your cares away! (Note: cinnamon is considered a hot oil. So leave it out or use it sparingly if it irritates your skin.)

 Ingredients for a Rich Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak

Ingredients for a Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak:

1/4 cup Epsom salt

2 1/8 cups powdered milk

1/4 cup arrowroot powder or cornstarch

3 drops cardamom essential oil

2 drops ginger essential oil

2 drops cinnamon essential oil

3 drops clove essential oil

1/4 cup pink Himalayan salt, coarse

2 tablespoons chai tea, loose leaf

1 airtight apothecary jar

How to Make Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak:

In a medium mixing bowl combine Epsom salt, powdered milk, and arrowroot powder. For a vegan milk bath use coconut powdered milk. Blend with a fork to break up clumps in powdered milk. Pour milk mixture into an apothecary jar.

Next, scoop pink Himalayan salt into the mixing bowl. Add each drop of essential oil and blend to thoroughly combine oils. Pour infused salts over milk mixture in the apothecary jar. Last, sprinkle loose leaf chai tea on top of infused salts. Place the lid on the apothecary jar and store it. Use this DIY bath soak within six months.

Print a milk bath apothecary from the Life-n-Reflection Resource Library and adhere to the jar. Grab it and more printables, checklists, and reference guides in the Simple Living Library.

milk bath apothecary label printable

How to Make a Rich Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak

How to Use Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak:

Scoop 1/4 cup of milk bath into running bathwater. Push the warm water between your fingers to unfold into the water and release essential oils. Step and soak to release muscle tension and hydrate skin.

Rich Spiced Chai Latte DIY Bath Soak RecipeSo, regardless of your empty social calendar make it an unforgettable evening fit for a queen! If you enjoyed this natural vegan milk bath recipe then don’t miss my 3 Ways to Make a Luxurious Milk Bath featured in Flourish the official blog of Willow and Sage Magazine.

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15 Comments

  1. Reply

    Christina

    This looks like a great way to end a long day. Excited to try this!

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      Oh my goodness it is, thanks Christina!

  2. Reply

    Jane Murguia

    Aah that milk bath looks glorious. I want!

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      It’s one of my favorite ways to warm up during the winter!

  3. Reply

    Suzanne

    This looks so good! What a fun gift to make for friends or enjoy for yourself!

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      Suzanne, it is!!

  4. Reply

    Vanessa

    Thanks for sharing! Does it keep long?

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      Vanessa, I recommend using all homemade bath soaks within 3 months.

  5. Reply

    Ashleigh

    Where do you recommend getting the essential oils? This bath soak sounds amazing!

  6. Reply

    Mischa

    Hi I absolutely love these! I want to make them as a Bridal shower Favor for my Best friends shower. I’m making 70 2oz containers. Could you tell me how many Oz your recipe makes please?

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      What’s you mix the ingredients it about 2 cups so 16 ounces

  7. Reply

    Suzanne

    This looks so good! What a fun gift to make for a friend or to enjoy yourself!

  8. Reply

    Vanessa

    Thanks for sharing! Putting it in a cute jar really helps too!

    • Reply

      lifenreflection

      For sure, I love finding unique jars!

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