DIY Bath Spa

Ever heard of Ayurvedic medicine ( “Ayurvedic”) for short) happens to be one of the world’s oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems.  More than 3,000 years ago in India. It’s based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. With being said there are mustard baths that are used for detoxification and are said to help release impurities.  Gold medalist Natalie Coughlin told Yahoo! Sports that a post-workout mustard bath is her favorite way to unwind.  By combining mustard seeds with commonly mixed aromatic oils and salts such as a grapefruit, juniper, and lemongrass to exfoliation or convert to a heated mustard soak infused with eucalyptus, rosemary, wintergreen, and thyme or a massage with lavender-and-almond infused mustard oil.  Ladies try this Dr. Singha’s Mustard Bath here—> is a mix of mustard seed powder, eucalyptus, rosemary, wintergreen, and thyme it’s a solid mustard soak that’s been around for 35 years and I love it because of the therapeutic properties and the warmth of the Mustard gently opens pores and assists in the elimination of impurities and don’t worry ladies you don’t have to worry about smelling like a condiment.  Herbivore Botanical Body Scrubs here—> is another body scrub that I especially like because it’s exceptionally rich in mineral content and has anti-inflammatory properties to help soothe my irritated skin and blemishes to, ladies dot to worry these soaks don’t leave you smelling like condiments.

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