In addition to juicing, eating clean, exercising and using infrared sauna’s to rid any excess toxins from the body, another relaxing and very beneficial way to detox your body is by taking Epsom salt or Vinegar baths. Both are very effective and help you rid your body of any water retention and boast many other benefits that people may not be aware of. Taking baths in general is such a gifting habit to have as it helps you relieve any stress you’ve been holding onto and its great before bedtime, it helps you get snoozing real quick. Epsom salt and has been around for centuries around the world and is known to be a detoxifying fascination. Adding a cup of it to warm bath water and soaking in for 20-30 minutes will provide benefits such as, replenishing any lack of magnesium you may have, relieve tension or sore muscles, back pain, anxiety, improves circulation, digestion, insomnia and not to forget the fact that it removes any extra bloat from you face or body as it releases water retention. If you aren’t a fan of Epsom Salt an alternative is Vinegar. That’s right, add 2 cups of distilled white vinegar to warm bath water, lay for 10 minutes and then shower immediately and scrub your body with a loofah sponge or any body exfoliator to scrub off the gel-like substance from your body which is the toxins the vinegar has pulled out. So you want to make sure to really get your whole body. This quick little detoxifying secret works wonders. If you don’t like the smell of the vinegar, which is usually light to nearly non-sensible, you can add an essential oil to your liking such as lavender or eucalyptus to your bath water. After the vinegar bath you will feel very relaxed and sleepy so it is best to do it before bed, before you know it you will sleep like a baby and wake up feeling refreshed and reenergized. You definitely want to stay hydrated and help the body rid of any leftover toxins after the bath, so drink lots of water during and after. So there you have it, two simple, affordable and very relaxing methods of detoxifying which you can do in the comfort of your own home. Inspected and approved!