Dec 17, 2014

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Great Additions to a Pampering Beauty Bath

A simple bath can be turned into a pampering experience, enhancing your beauty and improving your mood. Simply use these exciting bath treats for a nurturing bath.


1. Epsom Salt – bath salts are widely sold in beauty stores, but Epsom salt is particularly helpful in relieving pain, reducing inflammation and promoting relaxation.

2. Lavender – lavender is excellent for relieving tension and stress. Add fresh lavender to a warm water bath and soak in it to calm you down after a long day.

3. Oatmeal – oatmeal softens the skin and remedies itchy and irritated skin.

4. Ginger – soothes tired muscles, rids your body of toxins and relieves you of flue and colds. In addition, ginger cools your skin and fights bacteria.

5. Lemon – refreshes your skin and gives out a great aroma. It likewise tightens skin pores.

6. Baking Soda – baking soda is a natural deodorizer. It’s also a natural bath ingredient for soothing sunburned skin and bug bites.

7. Cinnamon – use either sticks or powder (placed inside a cheesecloth) in your bath and nourish your skin by removing toxins. Cinnamon naturally disinfects and cleanses the body, cooling your skin and enhancing your mood.

8. Olive Oil – olive oil is a great moisturizer. It also rejuvenates your skin and fights against bacteria and virus. Olive oil also has natural anti-aging properties.


9. Milk – is nourishing and revitalizing. It soothes and calms you down, and is a great remedy for sunburn.

10. Honey – soften and detoxify your skin by adding honey into your bath. Honey has been a natural beauty enhancer for many centuries through its moisturizing and healing properties.

11. Green Tea – drop 3-5 bags of tea into a warm bath water and let it steep for a while. This bath is great for restoring your skin’s natural softness. Green tea also has natural antioxidants.

12. Jello – jello hydrates your skin and elevates your mood. Choose jello in varying fruit flavors for a fragrant-smelling skin.

13. Red Wine – repairs your skin and improves blood circulation. Red wine has natural antioxidants that help cleanser your skin. Mix with your bath gel and scrub on your skin.

14. Sugar Crystals – sugar is a natural moisturizer and exfoliant. It soothes dry skin.


15. Rose Petals – not only are rose petals sweet-smelling and romantic, they also offer health benefits like antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidants, moisturizer and astringent. It also tones skin and promotes relaxation.

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