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Bath gels address the hygienic problems that are encountered with the use of synthetic products. They combine essential oils, vitamins and fragrances. You will find oatmeal gels to scrub your body or gels with antiperspirants for people who perspire more. Bath gels keep your skin soft and supple and are more hygienic than soap bars which are rubbed over the body. The natural fragrances used in these bath gels can help in relaxing and relieving stress.
Make Your Own Body Gels
Bath gels also include aloe vera for a moisturizing effect if your skin is dry and salt or sugar for exfoliation. Add food coloring if you want to see your gel colored.
The many benefits of essential oils include soothing, healing, repairing, deodorizing or disinfecting the skin.
Mix 2/3rd cup liquid castile soap, 1/4th cup honey, 2 teaspoons oil, 1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil and 50 – 60 drops essential oil and bottle it. Take care to shake it well before each use.
Stir in 1 packet gelatin to ½ cup boiling water. Add ½ cup of baby shampoo slowly and pour the mixture in a bottle. Store the gelatin bath gel in the refrigerator. For fragrance, add 1 teaspoon of any essential oil of your choice.
Add ¾ teaspoon salt to ½ cup herbal shampoo and ½ cup water. Stir in 2 tablespoons aloe vera and 8 drops peppermint essential oil. Gradually add more water to get the consistency that you desire. Use this herbal bath gel to give your skin a smooth and supple touch.
Add two tablespoons milk powder to ¾ cup warm water and stir in ½ cup shampoo and 1 teaspoon salt until the salt has completely dissolved. To this mixture add 10 drops of lavender oil. You can also add 1 drop violet food coloring if you desire color in your bath gel.
This body wash, made of coconut milk, is great for dry skin. Mix 1/3 cup liquid castile soap with ¼ cup coconut milk. Add 10 – 15 drops of your favorite essential oil and shake it well before using it at the end of a tiring day to relax your body.
Our regular bathing routine puts our skin at great risk to the regular exposure to chemical-laden products that we use daily. Most body lotions, shampoos and conditioners contain ingredients some of which are very harmful for the body. Even body soaps and bath gels are made out of toxin materials. In order to protect your skin against the harmful effects of these synthetic products, try out the organic bath gels to keep your skin soft and supple.
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