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A milk bath is a bath taken in milk instead of water. Often other scents such as lavender, honey, and essential oils are added. Cleopatra, Elizabeth I of England, Elisabeth of Bavaria, and others have historically acclaimed the beautifying benefits of these baths.
A milk bath for supposed medicinal purposes for a dying child can be seen in the 1931 film Night Nurse.
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