Goatmilk, Lavender and Oatmeal Tub Teas

These delightful tub teas feature our Goat Milk powder in a blend containing bicarbonate of soda to help soften the water. Oatmeal, ground to a fine powder, adds to the skin soothing nature of this product. Water dispersible Titanium Dioxide is an optional ingredient, used to make the bath water milk-like in appearance.

PDF   Goatmilk, Lavender and Oatmeal Tub Teas

Formula

 

Percent

Grams

Ounces        Ingredient

Phase A

9.0

180

6

Lavender Buds

 

1.0

20

0.67

Lavender Essential Oil

Phase B

25.0

500

16.67

Bicarbonate of Soda

 

25.0

500

16.67

Powdered Goat Milk

 

7.5

150

6.0

Titanium Dioxide, water dispersible (optional)

Phase C

32.5

650

23.67

Quaker Oats Oatmeal (Quick or Regular)

 

  1. Mix Phase A ingredients and set aside.
  1. Combine Phase B ingredients in large vessel, mixing well to evenly disperse titanium dioxide.
  1. Phase C, grind oatmeal to a fine powder in food processor or blender (in small batches) and add to Phase B. 
  1. Add Phase A and mix well. Fill large tea bags with 30g (1 oz) of mix and seal end with a hot iron.
  1. Package one or two to a clear cello or poly bag to help maintain freshness.
  1. Label with a "Best if used by date" about 6 months out, to be sure people will use them sooner rather than later (although pretty stable in this formulation, the fats in the goat milk powder can go rancid in time).

Makes about 66 tub teas.

Ingredients in bold are carried by Lotioncrafter.

The information given and the recommendations made herein are based on our research and are believed to be accurate but no guarantee of their accuracy is made and we assume no liability regarding this formula or information contained herein.  In every case we urge and recommend that our customers make their own tests to determine to their own satisfaction whether the product is suitable for their particular purposes under their own operating conditions. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to imply the nonexistence of any relevant patents or to constitute a permission, inducement or recommendation to practice any invention covered by any patent, without the authority from the owner of this patent.
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