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  • Goats milk powder in bath bombs

    Hi
    My sister has eczema and I have read that bath milks containing dead sea salt and goats milk powder can be very soothing. I would like to make her some bombs as a gift and wondered if anyone had ever tried adding goats milk powder to bath bombs, and whether it was successful?
    She always steers well clear of bath products so I think it would be a real treat if I could make some for her - any help or advice would very gratefully received.
    Thanks is advane
    Fran

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    i haven't but i get a lot of people with skin problems and they use my bathbombs. they have no problem with it at all i just use citric acid, sodium scent and whichhazel and colouring nothing else.
    Racheal
    www.soapsudsandsalts.co.uk

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    • #3
      Goats milk powder is ok to add to bath bombs.

      However adding dead sea salt will not work.
      astleysoapco.co.uk

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      • #4
        Hi I have no problem with salt in my Spa Bath Bombs I use epsom and dead sea, I do use a coffee grinder to make it finer though.. The salt is great as a water softener which enhances the goats milk properties

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        • #5
          I've never tried salt (whether powdered or not) in bath bombs but any of the dairy powders or honey powder will work; also any of the harder butters, grated.
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