Homemade Bath Cookies

From My Inbox Homemade Bath Cookies 2 cups finely ground sea salt 1/2 cup baking soda 1/2 cup cornstarch 2 tablespoon light oil 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil 2 eggs

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  1. #1
    Cindy Sue Cindysioux@yahoo.com
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    From My Inbox

    Homemade Bath Cookies

    2 cups finely ground sea salt
    1/2 cup baking soda
    1/2 cup cornstarch
    2 tablespoon light oil
    1 teaspoon vitamin E oil
    2 eggs
    25 drops of fragrance oil of your choice

    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Mix together the
    ingredients.
    Take a teaspoon of the dough and roll it gently into a
    ball (about
    1-inch) continue doing this with all the dough and
    place on an
    ungreased cookie sheet. (You can decorate the cookies
    with
    cloves buds, rose buds.)

    Bake the cookies for about 10 minutes until they are
    lightly
    browned (do not over bake). allow the cookies to cool
    completely. To use: Drop 1 or 2 cookies into a warm
    bath and allow to dissolve.



    Cindy Sue

    To dream of the person you would like to be is to waste the person you are.~



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  2. #2
    samii619
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    Default Homemade Bath Cookies


    Hi there Cindy Sue. I love the idea of making these bath cookies. I
    was wondering what sort of oil you would use for the "2 tablespoon
    light oil"? Is it vegetable oil or olive oil or something else
    completly?

    TIA

    Maya in Illinois (shortly to be in San Diego!)


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    > was wondering what sort of oil you would use for the "2 tablespoon
    > light oil"? Is it vegetable oil or olive oil or something else
    > completly?<<

    You can use Veg oil but olive oil scent is hard to mask. You're
    better off using Almond oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Coconut oil,
    Grapeseed Oil, Jojoba oil, etc.

    As a licensed Massage therapist, I recommend almond oil. Each oil
    has its own properties and therefor it's own use. For example, peanut
    oil used on the feet can improve circulation and thereby warm the
    body. (Which makes it great to rub on kids feet when they come in
    from sledding). It would take hours to post, but a great basic oil
    for cosmetics is Almond.

    ~Liss


 

 

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