Run a blissful bath

Run a blissful bathIt’s one of the first things you learn as a kid, but running a bath can be so much more than a quick dip in the tub. Give the shower a break this weekend and pamper yourself with a blissful bath. Here’s how…

1. While running the water, light a candle or two. A scented candle will not only add a wonderful scent to your bathroom, but it will create a peaceful atmosphere, helping you unwind and relax in the bath.

2. Fill your bath with mineral-rich bath salts. Besides adding to the aroma, bath salts help ease stiff or sore muscles and help to remove toxins from the body.

3. Pop a mask on your hair. You’ve got the time, so why not treat your hair while the warm water, bath salts, and candles do their work?

4. Now, sit back and relax.

5. Once out of the bath, pat yourself dry and indulge in a rich body moisturiser.

How do you make a bath blissful? Log into BeautyAddicts and tell us, we’d love to know!

Written by Carli, this article originally appeared on BeautyHeaven.

Image: Nejron Photo/Shutterstock.com

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32 Responses

  1. I try to do this once a week. I use sunsilk hair masks.. They’re affordable and make your hair feel silky. The only thing missing here is putting on some music!

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