How to Make a Therapeutic Bath

Soaking your body in pleasantly warm and aromatic water can be a good ending to your day. When we add to the daily bath oils or some other valuable natural ingredients not only achieve a relaxing effect, but also healing. See some suggestions for healing baths that can be useful to you.

Bathroom with Cider Vinegar

Bathroom with apple cider vinegar can help with fungal infections of the feet, itchy skin and sunburn. Vinegar has proven antiseptic and naturally deodorizing agents.

Bath for Athletes

If you exercise frequently and after training you feel tension and pain in muscles, do a bath in which you dissolved a few drops of essential oil of bay leaves, lavender oil, a teaspoon of mustard seed powder, oil, ginger and rosemary oil.

Immerse yourself in this relaxing bath for 20-30 minutes. Will not only relieve pain, but you will feel energized.

Bath with Baking Soda

Bath with baking soda is recommended for fungal infections of the feet, vaginal yeast infections, sunburn. In a tub of lukewarm water dissolve 1-2 tablespoons of baking soda.
Immerse yourself for 10-15 minutes and then rinse your body with clean water. When athlete’s foot and nail care do this every day to eliminate the infection.

Essential herbal oils not only have a calming effect, but can help the skin to restore its youth, elasticity and beauty. Once or twice a week to make bath to which add a few drops of essential oils of jasmine, chamomile, rose, and if you have cellulite and a few drops of orange oil.

Detoxifying Bath

The best way to detoxifying the body is a dip in a bath with Epsom salts. It will not only help cleanse the body, but will soften the skin and reduce muscle pain.