Smoothest Summer Body Skin for the Party

If you want the skin on your body to look great for a party or event, try this.  You can do this in the shower too, but it’s more effective in a bath:

  • Put 2 cups of Epsom salt or other mineral salts and run a warm, not hot, bath – soak 5-10 min
  • In the bath, take your favorite salt or sugar scrub and scrub with moderate pressure everywhere and rinse
  • Use a more gentle facial scrub on your head and neck area
  • Get a long handled, natural bristle brush for your back
  • Dry off and lotion everywhere, preferably with a lotion or body oil that has natural oils in it
  • Apply self tanner –  no tanning – it ruins your skin over time!  🙂
  • Use a 20-40% urea cream on your feet or any especially rough areas.

Voila –  great skin!

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Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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