August 21, 2021    

Whenever you think of the detox process, consider the wonders of a detox bath.
Most often people think of detoxing their body to give the organs a boost by clearing out toxins and consuming plenty of much-needed vitamins and minerals.

But you shouldn’t forget about your largest organ – your skin. It’s one you have to nurture from both an internal and external perspective, and a detox bath can help you detoxify your body in a way that nutrition can’t.

So Consider Trying A Detox Bath Using…

Essential Oils
The use of essential oils work wonders in your bath. If you’re feeling drained of energy, but still need to cook dinner, spend time with your family, and maybe get something else done, then you can use peppermint oils in your bath.

If the opposite is true and you want to drift off to sleep soon, try lavender, or other oils that create a soothing environment as opposed to those that energize you more throughout the day.

Apple Cider Vinegar
If your body is suffering from inflammation, you might want to try a detox bath with apple cider vinegar. This is great if yeast is an issue in your life. This, as well as Epsom salts, can help ease the painful swelling in your body.

Sea Salt
Sea salt and baking soda is great for those who have a lot of exposure to environmental toxins. It’s a detox bath that will help induce sleep, too, so do it when you want a relaxing bath in the evening.

Epsom Salts
Epsom salts have long been used in detox baths and are often combined with essential oils for a pleasing effect. Essential oils are often added to the epsom salts and blended ahead of time.
Other times the essential oils are added directly to the bath with the salt.

Three Quick Tips…

  • Keep in mind that many people who take these types of baths make sure to use a chlorine filter whenever they take one for the purpose of improved health.
  • Depending on the kind of detoxification bath you use, you probably want the water as hot as you can comfortably stand it, to open up the pores and allow the toxins out, while letting the minerals in.
  • Every bath should end with the replenishment of water to your system. Some people like to drink water while in the bath, while others prefer to wait until the detox bath has been completed.

Clear Out Toxins. Pamper Your Skin. Stress Less.

In addition to toxins that can accumulate in your system, stress hormones wreak havoc on your body and mind. A good detox bath is definitely one way to rid stress from your life. So treat yourself to a relaxing bath that can help restore skin health and bring much-needed peace and calm to your day.

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