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Make Your Own Body Soaks

Body Soaks are used by many to relieve stress and relax at the end of a busy day. In fact, body soaks are a great way to quickly detox the body and nourish the skin. It is very enjoyable to settle back in the tub and experience a body soak that is soothing and renewing feeling. In this article we take a look at how to make your own home made body soaks. Follow the guidelines provided in this article to prepare your own rewarding and nourishing body soaks. More and more health conscious people are creating their own body soaks because they enjoy having control over the ingredients. Of course, the endless combinations of ingredients to consider when creating your personal body soak is fun and a learning experience.. The ones provided here are only a guideline. Get creative and I am sure you can provide your own unique blend of ingredients to add to the body soak experience. The following are the key ingredients you might wish to consider adding to your personal body soak formula. Store any left over body soaks in a decorative glass or plastic jar for later use.

Popular Essential Oils
Essential oils are used by many for their healing and soothing benefits. Use as much of the essential oil as desired for aromatherapy rewards. The belief held is that the oils contribute to one's total well-being and health. Aromatherapy is the real deal. In fact, aromatherapy and essential oils have been with us for centuries. Why not use your own special blends and enjoy the benefits. Below are a few popular essential oils you might like to consider adding to your body soaks recipes.

Popular Moisturizers
Use about 4 ounces of the following moisturizers to add instant moisturizing effect to the body soak.

Salts are good for their exfoliating properties. Use 1 Cup. Select from one of the following popular salts.

Combine your desired ingredients together in a large bowl. Mix the ingredients thoroughly and pour under running water. Some might like to experiment with adding crushed flowers or cabinet spices. Perform a skin test to make sure there are no reactions to the ingredients.


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