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DIY holiday bath soaks you should try

The holiday season is upon us! And the year is near to its end. This means that the month of December might be the most hectic time for most of us. Whether it is school work or actual work, this most wonderful time of the year could also be the most stressful one. It could be overwhelming but there is always a way to help us destress ourselves. The most common way of destressing is, of course, taking a bath. So, we have listed a few bath soak recipes that would remind you of the holidays and help you unwind. You could use it, or you could maybe make a few for your friends and family as a gift! Let’s...

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Must try detox bath recipes for 2021

2021 is off to a start but it is never too late to cleanse your body from all the negativity we received during 2020. There are a lot of ways to cleanse your body. Whether it is meditating, giving yourself a short break, going to the beach. But one of the best ways to cleanse your body it through detox bathing. Detox bathing literally removes all the toxins from your body. Detox bathing is good for everyone right now since we have all had a lot to eat during the holidays. Ready to try your own detox bath? These detox bathing recipes will help you get back in shape for 2021. It is suggested to take the bath for 40...

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Holiday themed bath recipes

It is the holiday season! In a few days it will be Christmas and in only two more weeks and the year 2020 will. During this time, there are a lot of us who are in vacation mode. No school, no work, no stress. So, a good way to spend your holiday is taking care of yourself and trying your very best to recharge your body, mind and soul from all the stress that 2020 has brought in your life. And what better way to do that is by taking a holiday themed bath recipe. These bath recipes are good not just for your body but also for your soul since it is holiday themed, it will cheer you up...

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Home remedies for dry skin

Winter is coming! This means the weather is going to get colder, meaning your skin will tend to get dry. Dry skin or xerosis is a common condition with many causes. Dry skin can be a symptom that indicates a more serious diagnosis. But in most cases, dry skin is caused by environmental factors that remove moisture from the skin. Heat, hot showers, arid climates, and harsh soaps can all trigger dry skin. Fortunately, you can use home remedies to address dry skin symptoms and restore moisture. Listed below are a few items in your household that you can also use to heal your dry skin: Coconut oil. Coconut oil has emollient properties. Emollients fill the spaces between skin cells, creating a smooth...

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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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