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5 Detox Bath Recipes For Frequent Travelers

Detox baths are great for getting rid of toxins in the body, as well as relieving aches and pains brought on by physical exertion. For frequent travelers, detox baths are beneficial to help remove toxins brought on by the constant exposure to environmental radiation, TSA screenings, plane flights, and X-rays. These therapeutic baths, also help strengthen our immune systems and aid in preventing disease.

I’ve compiled 8 great detox recipes to try after your next trip.

Note: Please be sure to refrain from eating right before and after the detox bath. Also, keep plenty of water by your side. When detoxing, you need to drink plenty of water.

Simple Salt Detox

Run your bath water. Make sure the water is hot, but comfortable.

Once the bath is half full, add your ingredients to the bath.

Soak for 20-40 minutes.

Rinse off with a cool shower for 3-5 minutes to wash away all excreted toxins and to close your skin’s pores.

Moisturize with oil. I prefer argan, olive, or avocado oils for my skin, but use what your body responds well to.

Repeat daily or weekly depending on how your body responds. If you’re like me and you travel often, you should do detox baths more frequently.

++ be sure to drink lots of water before, during, and after your detox bath

+ need help choosing your essential oils?

for calming: use lavender | for uplifting: use grapefruit | for fatigue: use peppermint | for sadness: use cedarwood | for headache: use chamomile

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Oxygen

Oxygen baths with hydrogen peroxide are extremely detoxifying. When you soak in a H202 bath, toxins are drawn out of your body and pushed to the lymphatic system.

  • 2 cups of hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 tbsp of ginger
  • 1/2 cup of epsom salt
  • 1/2 cup of baking soda

Run your bath water. Make sure the water is hot, but comfortable.

Once the bath is half full, add your ingredients to the bath.

Soak for 20-40 minutes.

Rinse off with a cool shower for 3-5 minutes to wash away all excreted toxins and to close your skin’s pores.

Moisturize with oil. I prefer argan, olive, or avocado oils for my skin, but use what your body responds well to.

Repeat daily or weekly depending on how your body responds. If you’re like me and you travel often, you should do detox baths more frequently.

++ be sure to drink lots of water before, during, and after your detox bath

Ginger

Sitting for a long time on a flight can lead to poor ciculation and swollen feet, use this ginger recipe to help with improving circulation and blood flow.

Run your bath water. Make sure the water is hot, but comfortable.

Once the bath is half full, add your ingredients to the bath.

Soak for 20-40 minutes.

Rinse off with a cool shower for 3-5 minutes to wash away all excreted toxins and to close your skin’s pores.

Moisturize with oil. I prefer argan, olive, or avocado oils for my skin, but use what your body responds well to.

Repeat daily or weekly depending on how your body responds. If you’re like me and you travel often, you should do detox baths more frequently.

++ be sure to drink lots of water before, during, and after your detox bath

Green Tea Detox

After a few days of sun bathing, use this green tea bath to rejevenate your skin. Green tea is said to aid in the repair in sun damage, softening the skin, and relieving stress and body aches.

Run your bath water. Make sure the water is hot, but comfortable.

Once the bath is half full, add your tea bags to the bath and let steep.

Soak for 20-40 minutes.

Rinse off with a cool shower for 3-5 minutes to wash away all excreted toxins and to close your skin’s pores.

Moisturize with oil. I prefer argan, olive, or avocado oils for my skin, but use what your body responds well to.

Repeat daily or weekly depending on how your body responds. If you’re like me and you travel often, you should do detox baths more frequently.

++ be sure to drink lots of water before, during, and after your detox bath

Peppermint

Peppermint is said to help fight sinus problems, strenghten your immune system, increase alertness, relieve stress and pain, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Run your bath water. Make sure the water is hot, but comfortable.

Once the bath is half full, add your ingredients to the bath.

Soak for 20-40 minutes.

Rinse off with a cool shower for 3-5 minutes to wash away all excreted toxins and to close your skin’s pores.

Moisturize with oil. I prefer argan, olive, or avocado oils for my skin, but use what your body responds well to.

Repeat daily or weekly depending on how your body responds. If you’re like me and you travel often, you should do detox baths more frequently.

++ be sure to drink lots of water before, during, and after your detox bath

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