HCG Diet Detox Bath

One of the most popular things dieter do during the P2 of the HCG Diet is a detox bath. Taking a warm bath is a great way to relax your body, to wind down and perhaps get through a plateau.

What is an HCG Diet detox bath?

An HCG Diet is specifically designed for dieters who have hit a dreaded plateau for more than 3 days. Some choose to do the detox bath at the end of their diet before the P3 just to lose some more pounds.

A detox bath can help you take care of those pounds that refuse to budge along with Apple Day. Some dieters report that detox bath has helped them lost at least two pounds the next day; others find it may not work. Overall, detox bath will help you break a stall.  You can try it out and see how you do.

Hot Detox Bath

You need…

  • 1 cup of Epsom Salt (this is a very affordable product, and you can get a large bag for about $3)
  • 1 cup of Baking Soda
  • 1 cup of sea salt
  • Optional essentials (Fresh ginger root, lavender, thieves, cinnamon, eucalyptus, peppermint, etc…)

Epsom salt is made of magnesium sulfate. It promotes better circulation of blood, reduces inflammation as it aids in the absorption of nutrients. Epsom salt also helps remove toxins in the body. Baking soda helps in the detoxification process and doesn’t leave any residue behind. Essential oils ensure that you will steer clear of those filling your tub.

How to take a detox bath

  • Fill your bathtub with hot water (as hot as you can handle).
  • Add 1 cup of baking soda, 1 cup of Epsom salt and 1 cup of sea salt.
  • You may also add your choice of optional essentials
  • Get inside the tub and try to emerge as much of your body as possible. Stay in the tub for at least 20 minutes. You will notice that after a minute, you’ll start to sweat so you need to prepare an extra hand towel on the bath’s edge to wipe your face.

Tips to get the most of your bath

  • Stay in the tub for a minimum of 20 minutes. Take a cool shower for 5 minutes after the detox bath.
  • Get up from the tub slowly. A detox bath can make you feel dizzy.
  • To help you sweat a little more even after a bath wrap your body up in a towel before using the bathrobe.
  • Do the detox bath in the evening so you can have the best night sleep and woke up refreshed and energized.

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  • May Powell

    Will the detox bath cause me to be dehydrated?

  • Jan Marie Luna

    Hello, May.
    Yes, detox baths could lead you to be dehydrated since it pulls water from your body. Therefore it is important that it be done properly – including the preparation part. So you need to drink plenty of water prior to doing the detox. Also, while soaking in the bath, you could take lemon water to keep you hydrated.

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