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Dirty Bathwater making you feel UNCLEAN after leaving the tub?

Orig. Post: Sunday, August 23, 2009 at 1:09am

Honestly, if you feel as if what comes off your skin during a bath is bad for you, it is in fact. It wouldn't be coming off of you if were necessary right? However, unless you are super-minded spiritualist that sheaves off the skin at Maccu Picchu, here are some brief pointers. Soap, although it does a good job making you smell clean, leaves a residue. This residue may cause a benzine rash, or at least some discoloration if it becomes a catalyst after you eat something that reacts with it. So, in order to keep a clean body, and / or a fresh tub, you might want to wash off after your pleasant bubble, or Epsom salt soaking. The truth is, if you can get enough of the residue off from the cleanser, and dry properly, you might become actually clean, instead of just fragranced. Take it from me, you don't want to have people thinking that you are clean just because you smell good. Your body knows best. Some people have told me that they really don't like baths because of this, but I wouldn't want them to feel as if they can't enjoy it now and then. It's not like dipping in a lake but perhaps the final wash-off is more necessary than first believed. Good luck cleaning yourself, and be sure to find what works best for you. I encourage you to wash yourself off daily, but if you must, you can try spot cleaning yourself with a light antiseptic like Witch Hazel, or sometimes Hydrogen Peroxide. The long term effects have not been fully discovered by me personally, but you can always use your best judgment when attempting, 'Bath in a Bottle' which is what I called it when I used this technique. I look forward to hearing how well you have cleaned yourself, and how happy you are about it too. . .On other words, take some time to tell me how clean you are, and how it's changed your life. I look forward to hearing from you!


1 comment:

CT said...

Thank you for the tips!