By | 2017-05-21T11:59:59+00:00 February 12th, 2017|Categories: DIY|Tags: , |0 Comments

Detox Bath Soak Candice Batista The Eco Hub


It’s cold and snowy here in Toronto, and I have to admit it’s really pretty but as I sit here working this post, I can’t help but think of warmer months ahead. We haven’t had much sun here in the last 2 months and it’s really starting to get to me. It’s actually kind of depressing. It’s in these darker days that we need to think about giving ourselves a little extra TLC and there is nothing batter than running yourself a soothing, hot bath.

There are many benefits to soaking in the tub and this healing detox bath soak is going to help your bod in so many ways.

Taking a bath can help with everything from stress to sore muscles.

The ingredients I have chosen for this detox bath soak all work together to help ease sore tired muscles, help if you have a little cold and help detox your body.

Epson salts are high in magnesium and according to the National Academy of Sciences, we are terribly deficient in it and that’s leading to higher rates of heart disease, stroke, stress, fatigue and much more. Yikes right?

Epson salts contain magnesium and sulfates, both of which are easily absorbed through the skin. Sulfates are important to for brain function, joints and detoxing.

The Epson Salt Industry Council (yep, there is such a thing) lists the following benefits:

  • ease migraine headaches
  • flush toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain
  • increases calcium
  • relieves stress
  • reduces inflammation
  • helps the body absorb nutrients

Candice Batista The Eco Hub Detox Bath Soak

Baking Soda can help neutralize skin acidity and promote elimination of toxins. Soaking in baking soda can help refresh, renew and soften your dry skin. Another reason to LOVE it.

Himalayan Sea Salts rejuvenate and detox the body. They help to draw toxins out, deep cleanse the skin and heal the body from the outside in.

Lavender Essential Oil: Research has revealed that the essential oil of lavender may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. … In addition to helping with digestive issues, lavender is used to help relieve pain from headaches, sprains, and toothaches.

Chamomile is sometimes called an “herbal aspirin” since it’s been a popular home remedy for lowering pain for centuries. Chamomile flowers are used alone or in combination with other anti-inflammatory foods to reduce pain, congestion, swelling and redness.

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Candice Batista The Eco Hub Detox Bath Soak
Recipe Type Skin Care
Prep Time 5 mins
16 oz
Recipe Type Skin Care
Prep Time 5 mins
16 oz
Candice Batista The Eco Hub Detox Bath Soak
  1. Mix all the ingredients in a glass or metal bowl
  2. Pour as much as you like into your bath (I use about a scoop)
  3. The Ritual: Run a hot bath, pour the mixture in and sit back and relax for 10-20 minutes
Recipe Notes

Recommend for: All skin types

Usage: When needed

If you have some left over, use it within a week.


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Conclusion: A good bath soak can help ease muscle pain and detox the body, do you take baths? I’d love to know if you have a favourite bath time ritual.

By | 2017-05-21T11:59:59+00:00 February 12th, 2017|Categories: DIY|Tags: , |0 Comments

About the Author:

Candice is an award winning eco-journalist and one of Canada’s leading eco advocates, whose been sharing tips on how to live a more sustainable life for over a decade now. Currently, she calls CTV’s "The Marilyn Denis Show” home. As the resident on-air eco expert (and producer) , she provides viewers with the tools they need to live happy, healthy, green lives. From DIY recipes to saving energy, Candice has you covered.

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