Our body is exposed to all kinds of toxins every day. We breathe polluted air, drink untreated water and consume products with harmful components in the composition. A detox foot bath will help the body get rid of toxic compounds.
The human body gets rid of any harmful components through the skin, kidneys and liver. But this process is not easy for organs and tissues. Help your body with simple detox treatments such as the Healing Foot Bath.
Home detox foot bath
Alternative medicine practitioners recommend periodically detoxifying the body to improve overall well-being and to prevent and combat various diseases. A therapeutic foot bath will help the body get rid of toxic substances.
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For the procedure you will need:
- warm water – 7.5 liters;
- Epsom salt – 1 glass
- sea salt – 1 glass;
- bentonite clay – 0.5 cups;
- apple cider vinegar – 0.5 cups;
- essential oil of lavender and mint – a few drops each.
Pour warm water into a non-metal basin, add all the ingredients and soak your feet in water for 20-30 minutes. After the procedure, you can use a foot scrub or pumice stone to get rid of dead skin. It is also helpful to give a light, relaxing foot massage using a moisturizer.
Epsom salt – It is a natural anti-inflammatory and cleanser that has been used for a long time to treat various skin conditions. Essential oils are powerful natural antioxidants that nourish and improve skin condition. It is thanks to these components that the foot baths give an excellent effect. Take care of your health, regular use of foot baths with salt and essential oils will help to heal the whole body. Published by econet.ru.
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