Make Your Own Bath Oils - Recipes
If we go back to the history, the art of Aromatherapy has been used by ancient people. In ancient Rome and Egypt the scented baths were usual and common. The royal kings and queens used to have bath in scented milk added with varieties of fragrances.
The today’s most medicinal savvy world is fad up with things, which are chemically based, doing lots of harm to the body.
We are once again regaining the importance of ancient Aromatherapy in this modern world. The calming and relaxing effects of herbal based oil with fragrances are no more considered as mere myth or folklore. Today we are bound to believe that it is a valid therapy because people get incredible result by its application.
Especially, women are very keen to look fresh and smell good, and they want their skin to be nourished and moisturized, so their skin looks beautiful and glowing. Some time they need skin treatment to enhance the condition of the skin.
Fine, there is an easy way to rejuvenate your skin by making your own bath oil by adding fragrance and varieties of useful and qualitative herbs in it. It will be a necessarily creative, productive and innovative project if your make your own bath oil recipe; it adds more quality and specialty when you take a warm bath applying your bath oil in your skin. It removes all your day’s tiredness and gives you a glowing and fresh skin.
No matter, if you don’t have your indoor herbal garden, there are different sources and ways to make scented bath oil by adding dried herbs in the essential oils.
Scented bath oil has heeling and fragrance qualities. The oil observes into the skin and gives vital nourishment and moisturizing effect to the skin. Oil also protects and nourishes the nerves.
How do you make bath oils-recipe?
This is the perfect oil blend for different skin types. It is soothing, moisturizing and nourishing as it is not too light or heavy.
Pours oils in a clean jar, tighten the cap of the jar and shake it well. Use nearly I oz of oil per bath.
You can also make basic aromatherapy bathing oils by adding essential oils or fragrance oils to the basic bath oil.
These oils can be used in massages.
Fill a small mouth jar with basic oil, leaving space at the top of the jar about 1/8 inches. Then add essential oils slowly drop by drop, tight the cap of the jar and shake it well. Use one oz of oil per bath.
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