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Milk, Buttermilk & some extras we have to include:

Who love's a great milk bath as much as the Dolls of KHOB? Milk baths helps with so many different skin conditions and is a great way to overcome a Horrible Sunburn or Poison Ivy. Read Below:

  • Dry Skin. If you live with dry skin, milk baths may help replenish lost moisture.

  • Eczema. Eczema often causes rashes, bumpy skin, and irritation.

  • Psoriasis. A milk bath may help treat psoriasis symptoms, including itchy, flaky, or patchy skin.

  • Poison ivy. Milk baths may help relieve poison ivy symptoms.

  • Sunburn

As we always tell all of our customers to always seek professional help if everything you've tried doesn't seem to help. Reach out to a dermatologist and see what additional help you'll need. We will continue to provide & produce all natural item's as this is the safest way to avoid harmful chemicals to your skin.


In addition to its exfoliating properties, lactic acid can also be effective at brightening skin — which is why buttermilk is another stellar milk bath ingredient. This fermented liquid can help even out skin tone and diminish the appearance of dark spots and discoloration. We won't be adding butter milk to any of our ingredient's but I thought it would be great to include the benefits as well. We try to make our blogs informative and give as many tips as possible when it comes to health, beauty and skin care. Would you try Buttermilk in your bath next time?

Buttermilk tends to be a bit thicker then our traditional milk that can be found in the fridge and even of you want pour milk in your tub you should add some special ingredients to help sooth the skin & provide relaxation. No worries when our products launch we will include all the additional items needed to help with your "Relaxation Time" in the bath.

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