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Pretty Layered Oatmeal Baths

By on January 26, 2015

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Treating itchy skin does not need to be done with only store-bought products. You can easily see similar results by using various natural methods. One natural option is to take an oatmeal bath. Baths are great to relax and warm up on cold winter days or as an all-around great way to relax and rejuvenate. Using a refreshing oatmeal bath is a great way to add to that great experience.

One thing to keep in mind about making your own oatmeal baths is that a container will be necessary. The best option is glass jars that offer you a way to see the layers of ingredients. This includes 12-oz jars that you may already have or can be found online and at many retail stores.

While you can make oatmeal baths using various ingredients, the most important ingredient is the rolled oats. Oatmeal baths will also include the use of salts and essential oils that are selected based on the result that you desired.

The main reason the oats in oatmeal baths work so well is due to fats and sugars. Sugars and fats in the oatmeal help to moisturize the skin and combat dryness. One important thing to keep in mind is to only use uncooked oats. To use in a bath, the oats and other ingredients will need to be placed in a muslin bag and then soaked into the bathwater.

Scented oatmeal baths are a great option to cleanse the skin and enjoy a unique fragrance. You will see that the water in your bath will become silky soft and relaxing. Additionally, if are interested in creating a unique gift, then this project will offer you a great option. Finally, you may want to include young kids when starting this project. They will have fun adding various layers to the glass jars for your oatmeal baths.

A list of ingredients and two recipes for oatmeal baths is found on mamarosemary.com here…

Pretty Layered Oatmeal Baths


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