5) Add minced ginger or ginger tea. When it comes to ginger, you do not have to add it to the bath, but it raises the body temperature, which will help you eliminate more toxins through your sweat. Since ginger warms up, your skin may turn red for a few minutes, so be careful with the amount you add to the water. Do not add more than a third of a cup.
6) Add essential oils. You do not have to, but most people like the smell of these oils, and many prefer enjoying their therapeutic effect. There are different scents which can relax you (such as lavender oil), as well as oils that will help in the detoxification process (eucalyptus oil).
Usually, it is enough to add 20 drops of oil. You can also use some fresh herbs: mint (warming effect), lavender flowers (calming effect), chamomile (soothing effect) or whatever you find preferable.
7) Go with your hand through the water, and then get in. It is nice if you can stay in for 40 minutes, but try to stay for at least 20 (the longer, the better). You should start sweating after a few minutes. If you are too hot, feel free to add some cold water.
8) After you are done, drink a lot of water. Every time you have detox bath, you need to eliminate the toxins from the body, and water is perfect for that purpose.
— This bath is not recommended for pregnant women, and people with heart problems, kidney disease or anything similar.
— Before you add the herbs to your bath, read more about their effects. Some herbs can be poisonous.
— Do not add hydrogen peroxide to the bath. It may have a corrosive effect on your skin.