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Detox baths are a natural body care practice based on the idea that toxins can be drawn out of the skin (our largest organ) by soaking in a hot bath that contains purifying substances. Common additives to detox baths include clay,  mineral salts, Epsom salts, baking soda, essentials oils, and herbs. My favorites are Epsom salts, baking soda, and essential oils.


Detoxification baths are recommended during detox diets by many medical experts.

Dr. Mark Hyman recommends a nightly detox bath when giving up refined sugar in his book The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet .

He suggests a nightly detox bath that uses hot water, Epsom salts, baking soda and lavender essential oil. He recommends soaking in the bath for 20 -30 minutes a night to aid in sleep and help relieve stress when you are dieting. Dr. Hyman believes this detox bath process can aid in weight loss and the reduction of sugar cravings.


This detox bath recipe uses four simple ingredients that promoted stress release, aid in sleeps, and can assist with weight loss. You may already have many of them in your home.

  • Magnesium Sulfate:  Popularly known as Epsom Salt.  Soaking in Epsom salts is an excellent way to transdermally absorb magnesium which is used for treating anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, leg cramps, migraine headaches, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), restless leg syndrome, skin infections and more.

  • Sodium Bicarbonate:  Popularly known as Baking Soda. Sodium bicarbonate makes bath water alkaline which can assist with detoxification and the absorption of the other detoxifying ingredients. Baking soda also soothes irritated skin, relieves pain or itching, and leaves the skin feeling silky.
  • Rosemary Leaves and Essential Oils:  Rosemary is a fragrant evergreen plant that is commonly used in aromatherapy to stimulate blood circulation, relieve headaches and muscle aches,  reduce stress, and boost the immune system. It is also used topically to treat skin conditions such as eczema and in bath therapy.
  • Chamomile Flowers: Many people know chamomile tea as a relaxing drink.  It is also a calming,  soothing herb with anti-inflammatory properties. Chamomile is used for soothing skin ailments including eczema and hemorrhoids. It also has anxiety reducing qualities and is used to treat sleep disorders.



  • 2 cups Epsom Salt (unscented)
  • 1/2 cup Baking Soda
  • 10 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
  • 2 tea bags Chamomile Tea (100% chamomile)
  • 1/4 cup Dried Rosemary (optional)


  1. Mix rosemary essential oil into the Epsom salts.
  2. Crush rosemary into fine pieces and pour into Epsom salts with the contents of the chamomile tea bags.
  3. Stir all ingredients together.
  4. Store in an airtight container. (You may make several batches at once.)


Take a Rosemary Chamomile Detox Bath at night just before going to bed. A nighttime bath ritual is a great way to relax, reduce stress, and avoid late night food cravings.

To prepare a bath: Fill the tub with hot water.  Add 2.5 cups of Rosemary Chamomile Detox Bath salts then soak for 20-30 minutes. Add music, candles, a good book or an interesting podcast to make bath time more enjoyable. Make sure to have a cold glass of drinking water within reach to re-hydrate during the bath.


If you have any medical conditions or take prescription medicines you should consult with your doctor before taking a detox bath or using magnesium. Hot bath water can cause dehydration and dizziness. You should drink lots of water while taking a detox bath and never take a detox bath when using drugs or alcohol.

This information is provided for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


This easy all-natural bath products soften skin, promote detox, aid in sleep, and relax tired muscles. Try one today!

  • Fresh Snow Moisturizing Detox Bath – This moisturizing bath soak looks like freshly fallen snow. It contains natural oils to soften skin and magnesium rich Epsom salts to help relax your body and mind before bed. You can make and use this easy recipe today!

A special thanks to Brin. Original article.

TLEO Fractionated Coconut Oil

  • Dilutes essential oils to help absorption and avoid side effects/irritation
  • Soluble with TLEO scents
  • Won’t leave skin or hands feeling greasy
  • Colorless, almost zero scent to elevate the TLEO experience


Total Life Essential Oils Fractionated Coconut Oil is 100% pure Cocos nucifera oil, and it’s the perfect way for users to experience Total Life Essential Oils topically without the carrier oil inhibiting with your joy. Our FCO comes from the coconut fruit using a cold press extraction. It is refined to help the oil to maintain a liquid state. Unrefined oils contain compounds that can interfere with or reduce the impact of the star ingredient: the essential oils themselves.

Size: 4oz (118ml)


Tea Tree Essential Oil (Sourced In Australia)

  • Fresh, spicy, woody, earthy, scent
  • Aids in easing redness in skin irritations
  • Excellent in promoting antimicrobial properties in cleansing


One of the most ancient herbal remedies, melaleuca, gets its common name, “tea tree,” from its leaves frequent use as an herbal tea. Its therapeutic properties in folk medicine for centuries have contributed greatly to its popularity in modern medicine as an antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, and a broad-spectrum antimicrobial. Scientific studies have shown tea tree’s remarkable value in aiding against bacterial and fungal issues. It may also act as an immuno-stimulant to help the body kick into high defensive gear when faced with such conditions. The small tree’s needle-like leaves and twigs deliver the essential oil through steam or water distillation.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Rosemary Essential Oil (Sourced In Spain)

  • Strong, evergreen, minty scent, woody undertones
  • Excellent aid in support of mental invigoration
  • Promotes a sense of rejuvenation and recharging of the body


Perhaps the most ancient herbal remedy, the use of rosemary in therapeutics, dates to times in which magic – yes – was employed as an aid to support healing, driving out evil spirits. The shrubby evergreen was often burned at ancient shrines. The plant and its essential oil have long been valued for support of the respiratory and circulatory systems, digestive and nervous complaints, and skin and hair issues. Pharmaceutical research shows evidence of rosemary’s supportive qualities for pain relief and hair restoration. Steam distillation derives the rosemary essential oil blends for aromatherapy from the delicate blue flowers of the fresh tops.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Peppermint Essential Oil (Sourced In USA)

  • Green, balsamic, sweet scent, incense-like
  • Known for supportive relief of feelings of tension, stress, sorrow
  • Promotes the appearance of smooth, glowingly healthy skin


Varieties of mint have been used in Asian culture dating to time untold. Traces of the herbal plant have been found in Egyptian tombs from 1000 B.C. Mint extracts have been relied upon for centuries as a cooling antiseptic treatment to aid in skincare, hair care, digestive issues, headaches and toothaches, sore throat, and support of muscles and joints and respiratory. Peppermint essential oil blends for aromatherapy are derived from the flowering herb via steam distillation, resulting in a highly penetrating, intense aroma.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Orange Essential Oil (Sourced In Brazil)

  • Sweet, fruity, fresh, citrusy scent
  • Excellent aid in support of antiseptics, anti-inflammatories
  • Promotes feels of improved mood and sense of calm


The sweetest of citrus, the orange has long been used in aromatherapy, loved for its support of calming, cooling, and restorative sleep effects. Native to China, the orange is prolific in Chinese medicine for cough, colds, and digestive disorders. Vitamins A, B & C are top- of-the-line in an orange, superior in supporting efforts to stave off infection. Pharmacology research indicated its beneficial properties related to skincare, respiratory and circulatory systems and digestive. Cold press of the freshly ripe or almost ripe peel extracts a rich but sweetly fresh yellow or amber-orange essential oil blend for aromatherapy.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Lime Essential Oil (Sourced In Mexico)

  • Tart, sharp, citrusy, sweet, lively scent
  • Uplifting and invigorating
  • Promotes a clear mind and encourages mental energy


While it is widely believed to be a native of South Asia, it is primarily cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates, including Mexico and the West Indies. In herbal medicine traditions, lime is used to relieve various everyday maladies such as fever and sore throat. It has also been applied in treating insect bites, minor cuts, brittle nails, and varicose veins. According to research in Japan, studies have shown that the application of citrus fragrance into a patient’s therapy can support improved mood and feelings of calm. Through extraction by cold press, this lime essential oil blend for aromatherapy comes from the peel of the unripe fruit.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Lemongrass Essential Oil (Sourced In India)

  • Fresh, grassy, citrusy, pungent scent
  • Sought for its anti-nausea and digestive aid support
  • Supports feelings of calm, restfulness, relaxation


Historically relied upon in Indian medicine for centuries, lemongrass has been researched for its beneficial support of overall feelings of wellness, with additional research supporting its antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Our lemongrass essential oil blend for aromatherapy’s primary constituent, citral, is revered in pharmacology studies because of its superior attributes evidenced in research. Lemongrass has been used for decades as an astringent and skin cleanser to support opening pores and releasing toxins.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Lemon Essential Oil (Sourced In Italy)

  • Fresh, grassy, pungent citrus scent
  • Sought for its anti-nausea and digestive aid support
  • Supports feelings of calm, restfulness, relaxation


An export of Sicily, this premier fruit, is Italy’s most prolific agricultural endeavor. From an exponential flavor boost in nearly every course at the dining table to flavoring pharmaceuticals and perfuming cleansing products and hospital-grade disinfectants, the king of citrus supports the manufacture of just about everything. In pharmaceutical use, it is known for stimulating white corpuscles and as an antimicrobial and antioxidant agent. In European countries, lemon is regarded as an all-inclusive tonic, especially in infectious illness. The juice of the lemon is valued for its therapeutic assistance with acidic disorders, as well as aiding the supportive relief of fever and bacterial issues. Cold press extraction of the peel imparts the pale, green-yellow of our lemon essential oil diffuser blend.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)


Lavender Essential Oil (Sourced In Bulgaria)

  • Floral, herbal, sweet, balsamic, woody scent
  • Use in an array of relaxation therapy, supportive of feelings of calm
  • Beloved among essential oils for its calming properties


Revered as one of the most popular and versatile essential oils through time, our lavender diffuser oil is as evocative as scents get. Inhale comfort, calm, relaxation. Lavender is rich in tradition as a folk remedy. Over centuries, scientists and physicians have relied on this earth element as an analgesic, an insect repellent, a perfume for fabrics, a cocktail mixer, even a deodorant, and so much more. Bulgaria is home to the world’s most abundant lavender, which carries more than 100 principal constituents. While the entire plant is aromatic, steam distillation derives this lavender essential oil blend from the fresh flowering tops.

Size: .5 oz (15ml)