How To Take a Bath

Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from Dynamic and more videos in the Bathing category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at Take tub time to new heights of relaxation with these tips. To complete this How-To you will need: Natural-bristle body brush Thermometer Two washcloths Moisturizer Bath salts Essential oil Herbs, dried or fresh Powdered milk Beer A loofah Warning: Pregnant women should not take hot baths, and people with high blood pressure, heart disease, or kidney problems should not add Epsom salt to their bathwater. Step 1: Pick your time Plan your bath. To promote sleep, take your bath 90 minutes before bedtime, and because the hot water can dry your skin, don’t soak for more than 20 minutes. Step 2: Add salts at the start If you plan to use bath salts, add them as you start to run your bath so that they dissolve completely. Use one cup for every 60 pounds you weigh. Step 3: Regulate temperature As the tub fills, keep track of the temperature with a thermometer. You want the water to be about 100° Fahrenheit, which is ideal for relaxing muscles. Step 4: Exfoliate your skin While your tub is filling, take a natural-bristle body brush and gently rub your skin from your feet to your neck with upward strokes. This loosens dead skin and helps your body

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25 thoughts on “How To Take a Bath

  1. loooools Saudis watch this as if it is porn, believe me!! porn sites are blocked there so this is like porn .. loooools that’s why it is most watched there

  2. @brokenthonqsz We can… we’re not Asians trying to pronounce “L’s” like in hello, we just made the H silent for whatever reason

  3. @TheSweetestSymphony I didn’t mean that you weren’t actually able to pronounce the “H”. I was just wondering the reason as to why you lot pronounce how you do. But it’s become apparent to me that your American-English has alot of words like this anyway.

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