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Champagne Pomegranate Sea Salt & Goat Milk Bath: Recipe Answered

Champagne Pomegranate Sea Salt & Goat Milk Bath

Yum. This recipe is perfect for those of you who enjoy a long soak in the tub!

1/2 Cup colloidal oatmeal
1/2 Cup powdered goat milk
1 Cup baking soda
1 Cup Natrasorb Bath (starch)
1 Cup coarse grain sea salts
1/2 Cup epsom salts
2 rounded Tablespoons shea butter
3 Tablespoons Champagne Pomegranate fragrance oil

Melt shea butter in the microwave. Add melted shea butter and fragrance oil to a mixing bowl. Stir in Natrasorb Bath until all the oil is absorbed. Stir in baking soda, goat milk powder, and colloidal oatmeal. Mix well. Stir in epsom and sea salts and mix well. Scoop milk bath into 8oz. containers. Makes approximately four 8oz. containers with each holding about 7oz by weight. Pomegranate Champagne Fragrance Oil is available from Tennessee Candle Supplies. http://www.tncandlesupplies.com/

Recipe is © 2008 Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen.



9 years ago

This stuff is great. My wife loves it. Thanks for the great instructable.


10 years ago

I'm pretty upset after receiving an email accusing me of plagiarism and promoting my website to sell supplies. 1 - I wrote this recipe. It is mine. See the copyright? That's my business. 2 - I don't sell supplies for this project. I sell finished soaps. 3 - This was not posted as an instructable because I don't have photos of step by step. I can't very well photograph myself. Thanks for the warm welcome.


Reply 10 years ago

I can confirm for those that haven't bothered to check before assuming the worst, that soapdeli's own pages are full of links to other websites selling the ingredients used by soapdeli.

For soapdeli, I can assure you that most of us do welcome you warmly, and look forward to when you can post some proper instructables.


Reply 10 years ago

. See my comment in "Let's Make Soap" . You did not take the time to make a full-fledged Ible, you posted them all on your first day as a member, the link to a commercial page, &c all are indications of possible SPAM. I think you managed to stay on the right side of the line, but can understand how many might not (or at least be very suspicious). . If you will turn your topics into iBles (with lots of pics, and one discreet link to your page), I feel confident that you can garner some praise from other members and drive enough traffic to your site to make it worthwhile.