Rubbing your back (while bathing) is like a 24-hour stay in the fresh air
Cleanliness is the hygiene of the body, but also a sign of discipline and a “healthy soul”.
Accessories for cleaning the body (from dead skin cells, dust, etc.):
- Large stone (pumice stone)
- A softer brush
- Warm water
- Glycerin and cologne (mixed in a ratio of 50:50).
- How to reduce the belly during bathing – dip a soft bathing brush in a solution of water and liquid soap. Brush the stomach in circular motions, focusing especially on the part above the waist (where excess body mass accumulates).
- Cleaning the thighs – gently brush the thighs and legs above the knees with a brush dipped in a solution of warm water and liquid soap so that the small spots on the skin disappear. Rub your thighs and legs more vigorously if you have fatty deposits.
- Wash your body starting from the feet – stand in the cabin (or bathtub). Spray the legs with water up to the knees. Gently rub your legs again with the brush. Rub your feet, heels and knees with a stone. You can also slowly rub the upper parts with a stone (if your skin is not sensitive).
- For firm breasts, brush with circular movements “climbing” towards the neck. Then “go down” to the shoulders. Rub elbows with wet hands and a stone (for feet).
- Clean back – finish bathing by brushing your back. Rub vigorously as this removes dead skin cells. This kind of back rub is equivalent to a 24-hour stay in the fresh air.
- Cleaning the face with soap. Rub your face with a soft brush. Then dip the brush in a solution of water and liquid soap and scrub your face again. Wipe your face with a terry towel from the chin to the forehead.
- Wiping with a towel. Rub each part of the body with a terry towel until it is completely dry. Rub the glycerin mixture on your legs, thighs and arms.