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Relaxing Bath Ideas : Homemade Recipes For A Bath Soak

Relaxing Bath Ideas

We all love that personal relaxing time in the warm bubbly water, nothing beats the feeling of laying your head back taking a glass of wine after a long day of work. One of the best things about a good homemade bath soak is the variety available at the end of the day it is about that relaxing feeling.

You do not have to worry about anything I have put together a list of solutions to a good bath soak. So take a seat and have a read. By the time you are done, you will be able to enjoy bath soak enjoying some alone time.

  1. Vanilla extract bubble bath
    Vanilla always gets me going. I enjoy the sweet aroma that comes within the end when the bath is ready you the extract creates a soothing environment that fills the room. You will want to spend hours just enjoying the calming and sleepy essence.
  2. Honey Bath
    Many bubble bath recipes like the vanilla extract include glycerine which can be slightly harsh than what you need. The ingredients are the only guide you can get. You need to ensure that you get Honey a bit of baby oil and some hand soap. This element will ensure that the bath is smooth and beneficial to your skin.
  3. Bubble tea bath soak
    Bubble tea makes a blend of all the aroma; it contains Epsom salt and a variety of essential oils to create a mix that soothes your muscles which heightens the relaxing feel of being in the bath. What you need to do is wet the content in a faucet and put them over your eyes while you soak. This is a remedy to swollen eye bags. It also rejuvenates the skin reducing ageing.
  4. Cocoa Bath Soak
    If you are into milky water soak, then this is the solution for you. This blend has many minds and body therapeutic ingredients it merely soothes your body creating a feeling like you have been dipped in
  5. Chocolate milk
    As indicated earlier the best ingredients state the benefits to your body. Otherwise, what is the essence of a bath soak if not to gift your body? Ingredients like ginger are good for battling chronic headaches and detoxing. It triggers sweating which over time cleanses your skin. It is also useful when you get a cold or flu by clearing breathing congestion in both your lungs and nose.
  6. Alcohol
    Alcohol is a must, you can have some wine while you are enjoying your bath but what many people don’t know is that a bit of alcohol content in the water provides the best anti-ageing solution to the body. It also reduces swelling and redness while killing toxins on your skin.
  7. Oatmeal
    Oatmeals are always sumptuous and the best breakfast cereal. But did you know that you can use Oatmeal in your bath? Oatmeals are the best remedy for the itchy and irritated skin, and it also works magic on dead skin from sunburns as well as poison ivy.
  8. Milk
    As I wind up, I will be letting you down if I don’t mention that milk is an essential ingredient in skin therapy, especially in bath soak. The lactic acid present in the fluid helps in breaking down dead skin exfoliating and softening your skin. Some say that it is a proper remedy for eczema. However, it is not recommended for people who are allergic to milk. Though, you can substitute it with coconut milk.

Enough said all this has made me crave a hot soak bath I hope that you will keep in touch and share your experiences

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