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Relaxing Hot Bath Recipe To Nourish Winter Skin

Author: Jeannie N.
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Date: 01-17-2013
Views: 2,575
Word Count: 117
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 8185-OR

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Since the episode of back distress I have learned to love the tub.

One of my favorite concoctions for wintertime is a cup of sea salt, say a 1/2 TBS of almond or olive, or most lovely coconut oil and several drops of Palmarosa, a drop of Patchouli and a drop or two of Lavender. Have plenty of time set aside to enjoy the good things this soak will do for your body/mind.

This will be even better if you've acquired a long handled soft brush to do some dry skin brushing before you enter the tub. Brush gently from extremities towards the heart, this will be good for your skin and your lymphatic system.

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