Lucky for you, there are some alternatives to taking a full bath; something as simple as soaking your hands and feet can reap all of the relaxing benefits of a full bath. Our hands and feet are the busiest parts of our body; in fact, over 7,000 nerves live in your feet alone, making them likely sluggish due to tension, poor footwear, or stress. Giving them some extra tender care can be the perfect way to boost lymphatic drainage, remove toxins, and decompress.
Here's how to do it right:
1. Set the Scene
2. Submerge & Soak
Since you're having a smaller, concentrated bath on the parts of your body with thicker skin, this could be a good opportunity for physical exfoliants—we like pumice. Rest and meditate for 20-25 minutes.
3. The Last Steps
Just like after a full bath, your hands and feet will need their moisture replenished after their time in the water; finish off with a Body Oil on your feet and legs, and a nice long Allover Roller session to massage and drain. Enjoy the last few minutes of peace while it penetrates your skin.