3 amazing bath rituals for the New Year

How to turn a bath into a sacred ritual
To fight fatigue and stress, we give you three ideas for spiritual baths that will help you find true relief and peace. Spiritual cleansing baths are used to reject negative emotions, open new paths, eliminate what is bad, attract good fluids, and above all ... relax! Now is the time to make your daily bath a sacred ritual, a pleasant moment to find yourself and relax your mind. Using water at different temperatures, we can achieve therapeutic effects and quickly feel calm and relaxed. If you add some essential oils and plants, you will increase the effect, making the bath a real moment of peace and relaxation.

1. Baths for muscle pain and soreness
Fill the tub with water at a temperature of 35 to 38 degrees. Add rosemary, chamomile, and lavender. It can be in essential oils, in infusion bags, or dried herbs from a herbal store. It is enough from 10 to 20 drops of essential oil or a glass of infusion. To get a homogeneous blend of essential oils in water, you will need to add some honey, a glass of wine, oat milk, rice, or Dead Sea salt. If you have a body and face scrub, even better! You can have better skin cleansing, activating, and cleansing effects

2. Rejuvenating bath
Fill the tub with water at a temperature of 30 to 36 degrees. Add sandalwood, myrrh, orange, rose, or lemon. From 10 to 20 drops of essential oil. If you want better results, don't forget to add a glass of wine. The polyphenols found in wine have a rejuvenating and antioxidant effect. You can take another glass of wine to yourself for taste, there is no greater pleasure! You can add products that you have at home to the water: lemon or orange peel, cinnamon sticks, grapefruit, oregano, fresh rosemary, or dried roses. A good scrub will help you achieve perfect skin cleansing. Remember to gently dry and nourish your skin after bathing

3. Stimulates circulation
Fill the tub with water at a temperature of 29 to 35 degrees. Add essential oils such as lavender, juniper, lemon, or cypress. And don't forget to add a guide like a neutral gel, dead sea salt, or some honey... Do a good scrub on your legs, feet, or buttocks before finishing your bath, it will help oxygenate your blood and improve your circulation. After bathing, apply a body oil that improves circulation.