99 Bath Time Treats

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Barron's, Jan 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 112 pages
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This illustration-filled, idea-packed title makes a great gift book, but most gift buyers will also want to bring home a second copy for themselves. Its theme is as simple as it is delightful: Pamper yourself in the bath. The author touches on everything from bathroom design to skin care, and suggests ideas that include:
  • Color therapy--transform walls and bathroom appointments with restful cool colors such as blue, green, or violet
  • Mood music--play CDs of favorite songs, or alternately, play soothing recorded sounds from nature, such as birdsong, surf, and wind
    The author also presents ideas for restful eye treatments, pedicures, lotions, scents, soaps, bath salts, and many more small luxuries designed to transform bathing into a truly sensuous experience. An opulent art form invented by the Romans more than two thousand years ago, luxury bathing has undergone dramatic advances in our own generation. Here's the book that proves it! Illustrations on every two-page spread.

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About the author (2005)

Susannah Marriott is a freelance writer specializing in yoga, meditation, and natural beauty care. She is the author of Spice Spa: A Guide to Bathing Traditions of the East and The Art of the Bath, as well as numerous articles for magazines and newspapers. Susannah lives in East London with her partner and three young daughters.

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