Tash's #TipTuesday | DIY Bath Soak | Beauty

This is a great easy DIY bath soak for those suffering from eczema or psoriasis.


INGREDIENTS YOU WILL NEED?


  • 1.5 to 3 cups of ground oatmeal.

  • Muslin cloth or Supa wipes from P 'n P (as I've used).

  • String.

  • 1 cup of Raw Unfiltered Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Organic Apple Cider


HOW TO MAKE?


  • Lie your muslin or Supa wipe flat on a surface.

  • Place 2 to 3 cups of ground oatmeal in the centre.

  • Pull up the corners and tie a long piece of string around tightly to keep the oatmeal in place.

  • Leave enough string to be able to tie to your bath tap.

  • Tie onto and hang from the hot tap so the water flows through it.

  • Add a cup of Raw Unfiltered Organic Apple Cider Vinegar directly into the bath.


HOW TO USE?


  • Relax and soak it up for 10 to 15 minutes.

  • Do 2 to 3 times a week if your condition is severe.

  • As it gets better, only do it when you have flare-ups.


Here's a little how-to video, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel:


BENEFITS OF THE INGREDIENTS?


Ground Oatmeal 101 >


  • Great for eczema and psoriasis or if you simply have dry, irritated skin.

  • Avenacins compounds — antifungal properties help fight the growth of certain bacteria and fungus.

  • Flavonoids —help absorb ultraviolet-A (UVA) rays and neutralize free radicals from the environment, which can damage cells, causing illness and ageing.

  • Saponins — antimicrobial properties help guard against bacteria, fungi and viruses.

  • Vitamin E — boosts the production of collagen and elastin in skin cells, improving skin elasticity for brighter, younger-looking skin.

  • Phenols — rich in antioxidants that combat the signs of ageing.

  • Cellulose — known to possess strong humectant properties, which help hydrate and moisturize the skin.

  • Fibre — forms a natural emollient known to soothe irritation and nourish all skin types (dry, oily, sensitive, normal).

  • Reduces inflammation and has an antihistamine effect.

  • Lipids — prevent dryness and irritation by replenishing lost oils in the skin.

  • Beta-glucans — stimulate collagen production to hydrate and heal the skin.

  • Antioxidants —fight free radicals, the rogue cells responsible for ageing (i.e. wrinkles, dark spots, and loose, saggy skin).

  • Avenanthramides, a particular group of antioxidant compounds found in oats, are potent antioxidants that reduce redness and inflammation (especially irritation from sun exposure) and act as a gentle exfoliator.

  • Binds with the skin to create a protective barrier.

  • Relieves sunburn.

  • Evens skin tone and texture.

  • Popular and safe skincare for babies too.


Raw Unfiltered Organic Apple Cider Vinegar >


  • Antibacterial and an all-natural astringent that works by restoring the correct pH levels to your skin.

  • Reduces eczema-related swelling and helps to prevent broken skin from becoming infected.

  • Contains organic acids which remove the damaged, outer layers of the skin and promotes skin regeneration.

  • Soothes itchy and flaky skin associated with eczema & psoriasis.


I know how frustrating eczema and psoriasis are, so I really hope this DIY bath soak helps. Please don't hesitate to comment or email me with any questions. Don't forget to subscribe to my blog.


I am in the final testing phase of my new anti-ageing, homemade all-natural Edgy Eczema skincare product range aimed at adults suffering from eczema or psoriasis. So watch this space.


Mwah x


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Disclaimer: This blog is only intended for informational purposes. Any information associated with this blog should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by beauty, diet and healthcare professionals. Readers are subjected to use this information at their own risk. Tash Fromberg does not take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of this content or anything related to this. Please always remember, products that work for me or others, may not work for you. Always test them on a small area of skin before buying or using it if unsure.

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