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I have seen the receipe for Milk Bath:

1 cup dry milk

1 cup baking soda

2 TBS corn starch & Fo

I also have made silky suds and love it but thought I would make one without the citric acid and sea salts for those who have sensitive skin.

I have 12 oz. milk bottles and thought I would start with 2 scents (4 bottles of each for now) to sell at my vendors booth just to see how they go.

My question is (finally, lol) I want to add Slsa to this receipe. I did not know exactly how much. Thought maybe I could add a 1/2 cup Slsa (MMS) and also do half goat's milk powder and half dry milk. I thought about honey powder but I don't have enough on hand. Will this receipe be good even though I don't add the citric acid or sea salt like in silky bath. The citric acid is more for fizzing, right?

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Guest jurnalynn

i make a bubbling bath milk and i add 1/2 cup to a 1 1/2 cup batch and i think its enough..............Laura

what is silky suds?

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