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Make bathing blissful

Here are a few simplethings that you can do to make your bath blissful and refreshing:-

Along, hard day’s work, the daily commute through mind-numbing traffic, blaring horns and the sweat and grime from the city’s heat and pollution, all usually culminate into a strong need for holistic healing –a need which is only partially fulfilled by the customary bath. The regular bath is usually a mundane task, a five-minute, quick hop-in,shower and hop-out affair which just about manages to cleanse the body of dirt and dust and sometimes get rid of some stress and tiredness.
But, did you know, that even your normal bath has the capability of becoming a blissful, refreshing spa-like experience? And that too with the inclusion of just a few simple steps and a few easily-available bath products?
Here’s how spending a little more time and effort in your bath can truly rejuvenate, de-stress and invigorate you, ready to face the inevitable daily stress and tension.

Let’s set the mood…

The process of getting more from your bath begins with creating the right environment. Place some potpourri in your bathroom–the scent is agreat precursor to relaxation. Lighting a fewaromatherapy candles not only heightens the relaxed atmosphere, butalso provides soft diffused lighting. This helps to relax your tired eyes after continued exposure to the sun [if you have been outdoors all day] or to the harsh lighting in office.

As you bathe…

With a tranquil ambience now set up in your bathroom, the next stepis to use some therapeutic bath products while you bathe–starting with hand-made soaps and scrubs to shower gels, bubble baths and bath oils and bath salts. Choosing the right type may be a tad difficult, but a few pointers comein handy. Most of these products contain natural ingredients extracted from plants and make extensive use of aromatherapy essential oils like lavender, chamomile, lemon, rose and the like. The basic benefits of each essential oil differ and usually these products contain a combination of one or more essential oils. There is a plethora of oils ranging from the regular to the really exotic and the most common ones are listed. It’s important to read the product packaging todetermine what is right for your skin type. Where more than one essential oil tends to provide the same benefits, it is best to purchase the fragrance that you like.
Making bath scrubs at home:

Making bath salts at home:

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