Bath oil to nourish your skin

 

When we consider the chronic and considerable insults that are heaped on our bodies, it’s a wonder our youthful looks last as long as they do.
Forget about the part played by factors like heredity, sun, gravity, stress and time on our skin, plain lethargy or lackadaisical attitude towards skin care on our part also hastens its ageing.
Since women’s skin ages more rapidly than men’s, they have to be splurge more in maintaining their beauty and youthfulness.
But not all women relish the idea of dolling up or fussing and pampering their skin and body.
If you come under the category of such persons who even forget to remove their make-up before retiring to bed then most certainly you don’t care for the nightly skin care rituals.
Facials, pedicure, manicure, hair care, smearing pastes and masks on your face – you simply find all these things highly despicable.
You just don’t seem to have the precious time or inclination for indulging in such frivolities, as you call it.
For folks such as you, there’s a simple and easy way out. Just a few valuable drops of aromatic oils added to bath water will nourish your skin and body in a wonderful way.
And surely that doesn’t take much of your time. If you want to know how these essential oils in your bath could help and what are the benefits of applying these after your bath, read this.
Casting off your indolence for a while, try your hand at this.

Rich bath oil
Ingredients:
¼ cup olive oil
1 tablespoon shampoo
1 cup of vegetable oil
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Method:
Mix all the ingredients so that they blend well. Store it in a glass bottle. Use 1-2 tablespoon in your bath water. Do this regularly. And in course of time, whenever you peer into your mirror, it will show you the reflection of a radiant nymph with a beautiful skin.

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1 Comment »

  1. annettepiper Said:

    Hmmm, this sounds great – might have to give it a whirl!!


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