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Skin Polish Treatments For Beauty Bath



As well as a chance to cleanse your body, bath or shower time is the perfect opportunity to pamper and polish your skin, and indulge in some beauty treats. Try some of these effective body treats on a regular basis.

Skin Polish Treatments for a Beauty Bath


Body Lotions and Oils

These can seal moisture into your skin, making it soft and smooth. Especially concentrate them on drier areas such as feet, elbows and knees. Other and normal skins benefit from lotions, while oils and creams suits drier skins. Olive oil and almond oil is the best to use.

Exfoliating Scrubs

These help combat the rough patches and blackheads that can appear on your skin. Use once or twice a week in the bath or shower, rinsing away the excess with clear warm water.

Pumice Stone

These are made from very porous volcanic rock, and work best if you lather up with soap before rubbing at hardened areas of skin in a circular motion. Don't rub too fiercely or else you will make the skin sore. A little and often is best.

Loofah or Back Brush

Loofahs are useful as exfoliators, and their length makes them great for scrubbing difficult to reach areas like the back. They're actually the pod of an Egyptian plant and need a bit of care if they're to last. Rinse and drain them going black and moldy. Avoid rinsing them in vinegar and lemon juice as this can be too harsh for these once living things. Back brushes are easier to care for; you simply rinse them in cool water after use and leave them to dry.

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