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Bathing Herbs

Bathing is actually an ancient therapeutic practice called balneotherapy. A natural herbal bath is a great way to relax and relieve tension, soothe aching muscles and joints, stimulate circulation, promote supple skin or help chase away a cold. Each unique blend of organic botanicals enhances the natural healing and soothing effects of a warm bath. So enjoy a moment of calm while pampering your skin.

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