Try These Relaxing, But Also Toxin-Cleansing Baths

Water has always been perceived as rejuvenating and restoring for both body and soul. Legends of the fountain of youth or other sources of magical waters have always fascinated humans. But the truth is that water is somehow magical, as it keeps us alive. In fact, you can survive much longer without food than without water.

relaxing baths

This vital and pure liquid plays a significant role in de-stressing, too, when you take a bath. But did you know that you can make a toxin-cleansing bath by adding a few natural ingredients in your bathwater? Besides this aspect, such a bath is relaxing, it eases sore muscles, and it can be used as a re-energizing tool. Moreover, a right choice of ingredients contributes to a beautiful skin and can soothe bug bites, which are very common especially in summer time. Discover our bath recipes and allow yourself at least one of these indulgences.

Skin Soothing Bath Recipe

If you just came back from camping or a weekend spent in nature, you may have to deal with numerous itchy bites on your skin that bother you day and night. Also, this bath recipe is excellent for those who experience any skin rashes, because its purpose is to reduce redness, pain or itchiness.


  • Some cheesecloth or a nylon sock or stocking
  • ½ cup of dried chamomile
  • ½ cup of oatmeal

Mix the dried chamomile with oatmeal. The next step is to put the mixture in the piece of cheesecloth or the sock and tie this up well.

Place the oatmeal ball in your warm bathwater and squeeze it. Once it is soaked, you can use it to massage your skin gently, especially the inflamed areas that need to be soothed.

Rejuvenating Bath Recipe

This rejuvenating bath is excellent to cool you off after a long, hot summer day, and it also provides a wide array of nutrients for your skin. These vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants also aid rejuvenation in the case of sun burnt skin. Benefit from a spa experience in your own bathtub, by adding a few special ingredients to your bath water.


  • Some cheesecloth or a sock
  • Two medium-sized cucumbers
  • Four bags of peppermint tea
  • 2 cups of Epsom salt

Chop the cucumbers finely or blend them, and then strain them through a cheesecloth into your bathwater, which can be warm or cool, as you wish.

Then, add the Epsom salt and the peppermint tea bags to the water. The next step is to enjoy this cool rejuvenation.

Bath Recipe for Sore Muscles

If you play a sport or have a stressful lifestyle, sore muscles are no news for you, especially in your neck area. Allow yourself to relish this delightful pain-relieving bath.


  • One tablespoon of rosemary
  • One tablespoon of thyme
  • ¼ cup of sea salt
  • ¼ cup of Epsom salt
  • ¼ cup of baking soda

Put the baking soda, sea salt, and Epsom salt in a large bowl. Add rosemary and thyme and mix well, then pour this mixture into the bath. Make sure you stir well before you get in it, to dissolve the salts.

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