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Making bath scrubs at home

Mix two tablespoons of olive oil to two cups sugar. Add 3-4 drops of the essential oil that youlike. Mix well and store in a glass bottle. Use it like a regular scrub to exfoliate the skin.
Your bath-enhancement experience begins even as you take a quick shower. Here, you can take a break from the ordinary and go for various scented, hand-made soaps. These not only cleanse the skin, but also leave you with a lingering scent which keeps you fresh for a long time. Take your pick from the several handmade soapsavailable in an array of fragrances ranging from jasmine and rose to peppermint, ginger and ylang ylang. An alternative to soap bars is bath gels – available in various types which cleanse and moisturise the skin.
Another product which augments the cleansing effect of soaps and gelsis the loofah. Available easily at chemist shops, scrubbing the body with loofahs provides a good exfoliation effect, leaving your skin squeaky clean. Scrubs are dual in their functioning–they cleanseand exfoliate the skin, thus removing not only the dust, grime and sweat, but also taking off the dead skin cells revealing a fresh and sparkling new skin. For a personalised experience, you can even try making scrubs at home.

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