How to make oatmeal skin bags?
Oatmeal is delicious to eat and a lifesaver for those who eat gluten-free, but it's also great for your skin. Apart from being consumed as food in different ways, for example in oatmeal water, in cookies, pancakes, desserts, etc., it can be used externally for skin care.
As a background we have that it was already used in 2000 BC by the Egyptians and Arabs to beautify the skin. Oatmeal baths were widely used by the ancient Greeks and Romans for curing skin conditions, too.
Some of the benefits of oatmeal for the skin
How to make oatmeal bath bags?
Making gauze bags
You can make bags out of chiffon, organza, muslin, or whatever you have on hand. There are those gauze bags for gifts that are sold in gift shops, those are good for this idea since they already have the drawstring to close. Just be big enough to hold 1/4 to 1/2 cup of the mixture.
To make the oatmeal mixture
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