Our skin is the largest detox organ of our body. Once I accepted this, I started taking detox baths every night until my skin cleared up nicely. I simply used a recommended bath I had heard about online and added some essential oils for fragrance.
My mom has used oils for years for massage therapy, but I had just thought they were used for their scent alone. I just hadn’t grasped the healing properties they hold until this year.
Here’s my nightly detox bath soak
- 1/4 cup Mule Team Borax
- 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide
- 5 drops of essential oils (optional)
I followed my bath by drying completely and rubbing vodka and thyme and cloves essential oils on any dry spots, zits, moles, and skin tags then applying a cream I had made with ingredients from Mom’s Stuff Salve on my eczema. I had tried it before from my mom and loved it so much that I made my own. My homemade salve was still no match to the real time tested formula, so I ordered my own.
These are some suggestions on detoxing essential oils
More suggestions for detox baths
- 1/4 cup epsom salt
- Essential oils (optional)
Other people use different combinations of detox baths
- Apple cider vinegar
- 20 Mule Team Borax
- Epsom salt
- Sea salt
- Terpentine (pure natural)
- Added essential oils
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Also buy essential oils local. But not all are created equal. Just know the source and find as clean a product as possible.
Contact me with any questions.
BORAX IS AMAZING STUFF!!!
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