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Bath recipes that can help you sleep

After a crazy day of work, hectic errands, a hurried workout (if you’re lucky) and a rushed dinner with the family, the last thing you need at bedtime is a restless night of tossing and turning. Fall asleep quickly and stay asleep with natural, green remedies that will leave you feeling rested and refreshed in the morning, without that groggy feeling you get with many over the counter solutions. A bath before bed has been shown to quickly bring down your body temperature, which will help you relax and also supports a deep sleep. Add to the calming experience with some DIY bath recipes that soak away stress and leave your skin silky smooth. A hot bath is so relaxing at the...

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Bathing and its mental health benefits

The older you get the more stressed you get. Whether it is from work, school, or the environment we live in. Every one of us gets stressed and from time to time, our mind needs a break from all of this. Some of will choose to go out for a vacation day to maybe remove the stress from our body. Others choose a spa day to detox your body from toxins. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to take a whole day of break from everything. So why not just take a bath to help release the mental stress or negativity you have been absorbing all day? If you think that taking a bath will not help your mental health, well...

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Spring themed bath soaks

Winter is over and spring is already starting. As much as everybody loves the sight of flowers blooming, allergic reactions can also kick in when you go near them. Having allergic reaction during spring time is not avoidable but you can relief them by taking relaxing baths. Here are a few ingredients that you will need when making your own spring themed bath soak: Coarse Himalayan Salt. Using a process called dermal absorption, our skin soaks up the minerals and trace elements from the bath water, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, sodium, zinc, and iron.  Additionally, regular bathing in Himalayan salt can help detox the body, reduce inflammation, lessen muscle aches & pain, temporarily increase blood circulation,...

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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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