Best Salt Bath Recipe For The Most Beautiful Skin
When it come to natural skin care and choosing a bath as a self-care ritual, this salt bath recipe is definitely the best. It improves your skin, making it feel and look beautiful – soft, tight and with an even skin tone. Apart from that, it also helps to treat & prevent cellulitis, back pain (due to tense & sore muscles), as well as relaxing your body & mind. You will love your skin afterwards, it feels like new!
This bath recipe is a great tip from a beautician back at home, shared with me 20 years ago. So if you are 30 plus or above, make this bath a part of your weekly self & skin-care routine to keep your skin feeling beautiful for years to come.
Benefits Of This Salt Bath
Sea salt – exfoliates, nourishes & soothes dry, irritated or itchy skin, detoxifies, relieves muscle tension and helps you to relax.
Baking soda – tightens & cleanses your skin, evens skin tone, reduces cellulite & promotes weight loss.
Milk – soothes & hydrates your skin, improves skin firmness & reduces fine lines.
Grapefruit oil – antioxidant, stimulates fat tissue, tightens your skin, it is also mood uplifting.
How To Make This Salt Bath Recipe
Ingredients You Will Need
5 tablespoons of sea salt
120g baking soda
1 glass of milk
3 drops of essential grapefruit oil
Steps To Prepare This Bath
- First run a bath.
- In the meantime add sea salt into a glass. Pour in some warm water and stir until it melts.
- In a separate glass add baking soda and add cold water, then stir the mixture.
- Take a small glass of cold water, add essential oil, cover with your palm and shake it well.
- Pour all three glasses in to your bath and add a glass of milk.
- Relax and enjoy!
Salt Bath Recipe FAQ’s
1. How often should you take a sea salt bath?
Once or twice a week.
2. Is This Bath Recipe Suitable For A Sensitive Skin?
It is. If you have any concerns about your skin, check with your doctor.
3. Should You Rinse After A Bath?
It is not necessary to rinse after this bath.
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