Eliminating Some Toxic Mess – Soak it Away!

January 10, 2018

No matter what makes you go into detoxifying mode, if you’re serious about results, you want to do everything possible to get rid of what’s ailing you. After weeks of celebrating (or maybe more for those who began a long holiday at Thanksgiving time), this time of year is when a lot more people are checking out diets and products to get rid of all that toxic waste that accumulated inside themselves from drinking, over-indulging, too much stress or eating unhealthily. Do you wonder how relevant a detoxifying bath soak might be for you?

Is it all in the salt? Of course, there is more; detoxifying begins with the high-quality kosher Himalayan salts used to make Detoxer Bath Soak. These marvelous salts draw out water-weight and toxins. Essential Oils enhance that effort.

 

Grapefruit essential oils are traditionally said to stimulate cleansing of the lymphatic system and liver. Studies have given us proof that the scent of Grapefruit Essential Oil does elevate the mood, which is also tremendously useful if you are in a current state of trying to recover from over-indulgence.

 

Patchouli Essential Oil is purifying, and has been used in traditional medicine for both effective stress relief (which we now understand helps to strengthen the immune system) and building a healthier immune system.

 

Peppermint Essential Oil works to detoxify with the steam of your soak, as its powerful essence is breathed into the respiratory system.

 

Lavender is calming, relaxing and a scent loved by many. The scents of Lavender and Peppermint Essential Oils mingle together to simultaneously calm and energize, as toxins cleanse out.

 

Before a soak, the best thing to do is to do a dry-brushing or a scrub. Get rid of any debris and stimulate the skin before you soak. This is even more relevant if you’re soaking with others, more pleasant even if you’re alone, and the best recommendation for optimum soak results.

 

Happy Soaking & Happy New Year!

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