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Why everyone should bathe in milk - just like Mariah Carey

It sounds like a bit of a diva demand - but apparently bathing in milk is very good way to look after your skin.

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Why everyone should bathe in milk - just like Mariah Carey

Christmas Queen Mariah Carey recently sat down with The Guardian for an interview ahead of her UK tour - and ended up chatting about her milk baths. Fascinating stuff!

 

She was asked to confirm the rumor that she only bathes in French mineral water, and her response was, “No, I bathe in milk.”

 

“Yes, sometimes I use milk as a beauty treatment. I don’t want to give away all my beauty secrets."

 

*DIVERSIFICATION ALARM BELLS RINGING*

 


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Tempted to shelve your cornflakes and pour your full fat into the bath tub?

 

According to Libby Rhee, DO, a New York City dermatologist, we should all be using the white stuff in our weekly skin routine.

 

She told Well and Good: "These baths are making a definite comeback due to milk’s natural skin-smoothing and anti-aging properties. If it was good enough for Cleopatra, it’s certainly worth a try."

 

According to Dr. Rhee, it’s an easy medium through which to score complexion benefits from its healthy fats, protein, lactic acid, and skin-nourishing vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E and zinc.

“Lactic acid is a naturally occurring mild alpha hydroxy acid, which can gently exfoliate your skin while you soak,”

 

“Taking a milk bath once a week can leave your skin feeling soft, supple, and youthful.”

 

 

Dr. Rhee recommends adding two cups of full-fat organic milk, a quarter cup of organic honey, and the essential oil of your choice to warm bath water.

 

Who knew ey? You can thank us later...

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