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Baking soda for relaxing bath

Relaxing bath for body and feet

Warm bath after a long day is the ideal solution for relaxing before bedtime. The additionally baking soda will helps that fatigue and stress gently stepped into the warm water, the skin will become smooth and soft.

Hard skin on the feet can soften with a mixture of three parts of baking soda and one part water. With that paste rub the hardened skin. You will remove dead skin cells and restore the skin's natural softness.

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relaxing bath

Tips for relaxing bath with baking soda:

  •     For a relaxing bath and body, dissolve half a cup of baking soda in the bathtub.

  •     The bath for the feet: dissolve 2 tablespoons of baking soda in warm water.

  •     Hardened skin on the feet, rub with a mixture made up of three parts of baking soda and one part of water.

Steam bath for the face

Steam bath cleanses the skin, opens the pores, stimulates microcirculation and oxygenation of skin tissue. Pour a pot of water in the sink and add 1 tablespoon of baking soda. Lean your face over the sink, cover your head with a towel and let it steam for about 10 minutes. Be careful not to burn yourself!


  •     For facial steam bath fill the sink with hot water and add 25 g of baking soda.

Homemade scented bath

You can make by yourself at home effervescent balls for fragrant and refreshing bath. You will need:

  •     2 tablespoons of baking soda,

  •     1 tablespoon of citric acid,

  •     2 tablespoons of cocoa butter and,

  •     10 drops of your favorite essential oil.

Dissolve the cocoa butter to water vapor, allow to cool and add some baking soda, citric acid and drops of essential oil. Generate balls and leave them in a dry place for week or two to dry. Once the mixture has hardened, wrap each ball individually in plastic wrap and store them in the refrigerator. Alternatively, you can pour the mixture into a mold for ice cubes and store in the freezer.

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