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Creating a Stress-Free African Atmosphere - for under $20.

03/23/2009 16:43

Want to improve the mood without the cost? Feeling a little stressed out? With all the pressures of work, finances, and more, maybe you're looking for an inexpensive and easy way to unwind. One way to relieve stress is with a calming bath. Light a couple tealight candles in the bathroom and pour some lavender scented dead sea salts in your bathtub. The dead sea salt minerals will quickly soothe sore joints and muscle aches while clearing your skin and healing environmental damage and purifying your skin. The lavender scent is famous for relieving stress, and will quickly have you feeling relaxed and soothed. It's only $7.90 RETAIL for a bottle of this dead sea salt. Now reach for your favorite bar of African natural soap. Natural ingredients and essential oil extracts will not only thoroughly clean your skin, but the fragrances will relax your senses and when you get out of the bathtub you will smell and feel like a brand new person. Most soaps are only $3.98 RETAIL. Here's a way to make it totally complete? Kick back on the couch with a cup of South African rooibos tea. This tea is famous for its de-stressing and calming effects, but that's not all. Rooibos tea is filled with natural antioxidants that help delay the aging process and purify skin. Drinking a cup of rooibos tea before bed can ensure a restful night's sleep, and cure headaches. It contains NO CAFFEINE! After you're done, don't throw the tea bag away! Put used rooibos tea bags in the refrigerator or freezer, then put them over your eyes to relieve redness and soothe and relax your eyes. Rooibos tea is only $7.90 for 20 bags. Grand total of your de-stressing experience: $19.78 RETAIL. Plus you'll have plenty of soap and tea left over so that you can repeat this process again and again. If you are a wholesale customer your cost will be even less. 

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