Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Fresh Umbrian Clay Bath Powder



It’s important for me from time to time to soak in a bath. What a great way for me to de-stress and relax muscles that became tense from life. I usually pour Epsom salt to take me to nirvana, but then I stumbled upon something that takes me even further. Someone gave me Fresh Umbrian Clay Bath Powder a couple of weeks ago. When you pour the powder (which is made of White Clay, from the Umbria region of Italy) into the water, it's supposed to transform into a mud bath, which draws out toxins and impurities, while regenerating the skin.

I was skeptical; I felt that the Epsom Salt did that already, big deal. After about five minutes of soaking, I didn’t feel a difference—that was until I lifted my feet out of the water. I always do that, but this time it was unusual. My feet felt very heavy, as if the water was pulling my leg back in. I never had that sensation before with Epsom salt. I started thinking, “Maybe this Umbrian Clay does pull out impurities, because I’m definitely feeling a pull.”

I kept testing this “pulling effect” with both legs, and then just gave into the feeling and relaxed. After I finished, I felt lifted and light. I slept so well that night. I told my friend about my “pulling experience” and she said that many people describe that feeling when they take mud baths. I was very impressed with the Fresh Umbrian Clay Bath Powder, I’d definitely give it a try again.

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1 comments:

Epsom salt said...

Wow it really works. Epsom salt is considered one of the most versatile household products. It is useful in many ways. It is crystalline magnesium sulphate. It is useful for growth of plants, can clean body with it, reduces itching and have many other benefits.