Lavender Detox Bath Recipe

By Lauren
By Lauren Greutman
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    Are you looking for a healthy detox bath? Here is a perfect recipe to leave you rejuvenated and refreshed!

     

    One of my favorite baths to take is a detox bath, so I wanted to share with you my favorite detox bath recipe.  A detox bath may help the body to flush out toxins, and it great to take when you feel like you are coming down with something.

    You can save a lot of money making this yourself and it is super easy!

    Ingredients to make detox bath

    For this recipe you will need baking soda, epsom salt, and essential oils.

    The baking soda helps neutralize the chemicals in your bath water (if it is not filtered).  It also helps increase the absorption of minerals.  *If you use filtered water you can skip this part*

    The epsom salt helps draw toxins out of your body.

    The benefits of lavender essential oil (I use Young Living brand): Relieves anxiety and stress, good for aches and pains, helps with a nervous stomach, and many more!

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    Lavender detox bath recipe:

    Ingredients:

    Directions:

    1. Pour contents into hot bath water and soak for 20 minutes.  Try to cover your entire body up to your neck.
    2. Once you get out of bath, avoid eating anything for 20 minutes and drink plenty of cold water.

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    You will feel so much better once you do this. You can buy your Lavender Essential oils here at retail or you can buy them at wholesale for a 24% off discount.

     

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