Taking a bath is more than just keeping clean. Throughout the ages baths have also been used for maintaining good health, and as a beauty enhancer. Pharaoh Cleopatra, a highly intelligent and ruthless ruler, is better known for her beauty, and bathing in asses milk to keep her youthful looks. While baths of asses, or any other kind of milk, are not practical today, it is still possible to use baths as part of a regular beauty routine when a selection of the following herbs are added, as is popular in Thailand.
To promote circulation, which aides healing and keeps skin looking fresh, one or more of the following can be used: Soap Nut, Cinnamon Bark, Lemongrass, Kaffir Lime Leaf, Ylang Ylang Flower, Jasmine Flower, Lotus Flower. Soap nut and cinnamon are also good for red, irritated skin, and cinnamon is full of anti-oxidants (when fresh). Lemongrass works to reduce puffy skin, and gives hair a shiny appearance. Kaffir Lime is also good for the hair, and is effective against dandruff. Ylang Ylang has been long used for its anti-aging properties. Beautiful Jasmine makes a lovely natural deodorant, and Lotus Flower helps brighten the complexion.
Now you don’t have to be the Queen of the Nile to be be a natural beauty.
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