No time for the gym? Can't afford to go to Glen Ivy or Burke Williams? Then I have the perfect solution. Months ago, I was reading an article about a well known home item that was considered "a homemade spa". Some of you ignore it, some of you don't have one, or some of you use it as a storage bin. What is it, you ask? You may have heard of it. It's something called, oh yes, a BATHTUB.
That's right. Your bathtub can be your homemade spa if you let it be. Stop riping and running, and take some time to pamper yourself. I took the time earlier today for a much needed pampering session; it was absolutely FREE. If anything, of course, you have to buy some of your favorite bath and body products. At the Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa, they have their infamous mineral baths. One of the ingredients in the mineral baths is sodium sulfate. Guess what that is?
Give up? It's Epsom salt. Yes, Grandmama had the answer all along. I first started using Epsom salt 2 years ago. I use the Dr. Teal's brand; it's in crystal form instead of horse pellets, and it comes in different fragrances. So buy some and start you own homemade spa. Trust me, you won't regret it.