Herbal baths retain youth

Baths with herbs soothe and take away the inflammation of the skin, clean it and make it firm and elastic.

Mixed herb baths (kept youth and freshness of the skin)

Duration of procedure 20-30 minutes.
1. A mixture of leaves of mint, eucalyptus, birch, strawberry, walnut in the ratio 3:2:2:2:1 for 3 liters of water.
Herbal mixture pour the boiling water, close the container and let stand 2 hours. Then strain and pour into the tub with warm water.
2. A mixture of lemon balm leaves and thyme in equal quantities in 2 liters of water.
Leaves pour the boiling water and let soak 1.5 hours. Strain and add the bath.
3. One kilogram of chopped hops (cones) for 3-4 liters of water. Pour cold water for 5-10 minutes and boil for 5 minutes. Allow to cool for 10 minutes, strain and pour into the tub with warm water.
Bath with nettle (reduces fatigue and treat inflammation of the skin)
'50 Dried nettle leaves pour hot water and boil for 15-20 minutes. Strain the decoction and add the bath. Immerse yourself in it for no more than 20-25 minutes.

Bath with lime blossom (calms the nervous system)

100 g of lime blossom pour 2 liters of water and leave for 5-10 minutes. Then boil for 5 minutes and allow to cool for 10 minutes, strain and add to bath. It is desirable to stay in the bath is 20 minutes.

Bath with sage (it takes the tension of the skin, helps with excessive sweating)

Boil 200 g of sage in 1 liter of water. Allow to stand for 20 minutes and then pour in the percolation tank with warm water.

Bath with chamomile (calming, helps sleep, reduces inflammation of the skin)

Two cups of chamomile flowers and pour the lime liter of hot water. Boil for 15 minutes Remove from heat to rest for 3 hours. Then pour into the tub with warm water at about 36 degrees.

Bath with chamomile, nettle and thyme (cleans the skin, stretches it and makes it more elastic)

One cup of chamomile flowers and half a cup of lemon balm and nettle is an herbal combination that pour 1 liter of boiling water, cook 15 minutes, let cool, strain and pour into the tub.

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