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I’m lucky enough to have a large soaker tub. If you have a smaller tub, decrease the recipe to meet your needs. Detox baths can be extremely harsh on your tresses. During your soak, give your hair a deep conditioning treatment and pile it on top of your head.

Unplug to Recharge Challenge: Detox Bath Recipes

Unplug to Recharge Challenge: Detox Bath Recipes

Dissolve ingredients in hot water as the tub is filling. It is important to drink plenty of water before, during and after a detox bath. Soak in the tub until the water has cooled (about 30 minutes). Listen to relaxing music or revel in the silence. Read a good book or focus on breathing. To boost the benefits, give yourself a lymphatic massage. Slowly and carefully get out of the bath. Moisturize your skin with almond oil or coconut oil.

Detox Bath #1
1/2 c. Himalayan sea salt
1/2 c. Epsom salt
1/2 c. baking soda
a few drops of lavender essential oil

Detox Bath # 2
1/2 c. fresh grated ginger
1/4 c. lemon juice

Detox Bath #3
2 c. apple cider vinegar

1/2 c. Epsom salt

Detox Bath #4
a bunch of sage or sage essential oil
1 c. Himalayan sea salt

Detox Bath # 5
8 green tea bags

1 c. Epsom salt

Do not drink a detox beverage or alcoholic beverage while in the tub. Do not take a detox bath if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or are pregnant.

Also, check out my Soothing Salt Soak recipe…

What ingredients do you add to your detox bath?

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