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Exfoliate your skin during bath

Simply put, exfoliating helps to keep your skin silky soft and smooth by buffing away and removing dead skin cells. Your skin naturally sheds dead skin cells every 30 days or so. When this happens, new skin cells form the top layers of your skin. If those dead cells don’t shed, it can result in dull, dry and flaky patches. Exfoliating is the process of helping to speed up that process by removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. You can exfoliate your skin by using a purpose-made chemical or granular exfoliating product or an exfoliation tool such as a pumice stone, exfoliating shower puff or an electric cleansing/exfoliating brush. You can also exfoliate your skin by...

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Make your own glitter bath bomb

Everybody loves something sparkly. Whether it is something you add in your food, or something you put on your face, even the water you drink. Everyone just loves it. But did you know you can also add them in your bath? To be more specific, you can make the as bath bombs. This post will give you a list of do it yourself glitter bath bomb. Or maybe you can just buy them in your local cosmetics store but it can be very expensive and is it not more fun to make your own bath bomb? It will be more satisfying to use knowing that you did something for yourself. Alongside saving you a buck or two, the DIY is...

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Bubble bath benefits

Whether you're a regular bath aficionado, or you have not taken a bath in a while, taking a relaxing soak in the tub sounds particularly good after a long, stressful day. And isn't it a treat when you find out that something indulgent and enjoyable is actually good for you! Bubble bath is does not just look relaxing but it also has a few health benefits. Here are a few health benefits of taking a bubble bath. Bubble baths can cleanse and detox your body. Cleansing in a warm bath with bubble bath helps to remove dead skin and impurities. Heat also opens your pores and allows for more effective cleansing. However, it's important when choosing a bubble bath that...

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Warm bath during summer

The weather is starting to get warmer and of course, the warmer it gets, you tend to take more baths or more showers. And of course you tend to us cold water when you dip in your bath or go for a quick shower to help your body cool down. Although that is good and reasonable, warm baths can actually still help you during these hot days of summer. A bath refreshes your whole body. But it’s important to keep the temperature really lukewarm and not too cold. If the temperature is below 20 degrees the body has to use up lots of energy to restore body temperature back to its normal level. This constricts the blood vessels, preventing the...

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Uses and benefits of bath salts

Bath salts are very common to add in your bath but did you know that there are different kinds of bath salts you can add in your bath. You can mix it in you bath bomb or maybe in your bath soak. This post will give you a list of how to use and the benefits of bath salts. Bath salts have long been used as an easy and inexpensive way to treat mental and physical health ailments. Bath salts, which are commonly made from magnesium sulfate (Epsom salt) or sea salt, are easily dissolved in warm bath water and used for everything from stress relief to aches and pains. Salts are absorbed into the body via your hair follicles...

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