How To Make an Herbal After-Bath Powder

After-bath powders are commonly used by women to absorb moisture from the skin and leave it smooth, soft and scented. While most cosmetics manufacturers have their own products available in the market, it is hard to find one that suits your skin type, especially if you have very sensitive skin.

Fortunately, it is not so hard to make your own, natural, herbal after-bath powder at home. Your own powder will be natural and without the additional chemicals used in commercial versions.

Using just a few ingredients from your garden, you can make a homemade nourishing after-bath powder that will keep your skin smooth and nicely scented. Homemade herbal after-bath powders also have aromatherapeutic qualities.

The most commonly used ingredient in homemade bath powders is lavender, which is believed to prevent depression, encourage clearer thinking alongside suppressing the appetite. Applying this powder will literally make your body fresh and your skin healthy.

Things Required:

– 1/2 cup Chamomile flowers
– 1/2 cup Lavender flowers
– 1 ½ cups Oatmeal
– 2/3 cup baking soda
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– Food processor
– Glass or Plastic jar with a tightly fitting lid


  • 1

    Put ½ cup of chamomile flowers in a food processor.

  • 2

    Add ½ cup of lavender flowers to it.

  • 3

    Also pour two-thirds of a cup of baking soda and one and a half cups of oatmeal into the food processor.

  • 4

    Cover the processor and pulse it on high for one minute or more to get the consistency of talcum powder.

  • 5

    Once all the ingredients are completely grinded and you achieve the desired texture, your bath powder is ready for use.

  • 6

    Transfer it into the glass or plastic jar with an airtight lid and place it in your bathroom where it is easily accessible.

  • 7

    Use this bath powder after a shower to help your body skin stay smooth and smell sweet.

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