Category: BEAUTY

Invigorating Bath Salt

I recommend using coarse sea salt for bath salts because it is less expensive, yet holds fragrance just as well as fine salt. Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) softens
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Sensual Relaxing Bath Oil

Hippocrates recommended the use of scented oils in the bath, and in ancient Greece balms made with thyme, sage, anise, mint, rose, iris, and marjoram were quite popular.
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Aphrodisiac Bath Infusion

The Indian tradition of Ayurveda recommends that women should wear jasmine on their hands, patchouli on their necks, musk on the abdomen, sandalwood on the thighs, saffron on
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Flower Bath Salts

Flower Bath Salts Rose and lavender is a classic relaxing luxurious combination, and baking soda helps soften hard water and soothe your skin. By adding a few drops
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Lemon Foaming Shower Clay

Rhassoul mud is a natural foaming clay with wonderful skin detoxifying properties. Unlike conventional detergents, it is not drying and can be used to cleanse your body from
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