HOW TO DO A pH BATH
MOISTURIZING SOAP AND NEUTRALIZER BATH
IT IS IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. DO NOT ADD ANY OTHER PRODUCT TO THE BATH WATER BECAUSE THIS COULD CANCEL THE ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE, WHICH DRAWS TOXIC WASTE FROM THE BODY.
Adding a ratio of 1:2 of soap to neutralizer (1 part soap to 2 parts neutralizer) creates a negative electrostatic charge in the water so that the positively charged toxins are drawn out of the body into the water. The Neutralizer replaces minerals to the body. Submerge the body as much as possible in the water keeping hands and feet in the water, The pores open up in the first 14 — 20 minutes, then from 20 — 40 minutes the toxins are released from the body and the minerals from the Neutralizer are absorbed.
To take a bath:
** Recommended to use l oz. (2 tablespoons) Moisturizing Soap and 2 oz. (4 tablespoons) Neutralizer Liquid in a full bathtub of warm to hot water. The hotter the water the faster you will detox. Many people start off with hot water and after 20 minutes add water to cool it down to a comfortable temperature for the remainder of the hour.
** If chemically sensitive, you may want to start with footbaths in the morning and use warm water instead of hot water. Suggested formula for footbath is: ½ teaspoon of Moisturizing Soap and 1 teaspoon of Neutralizer in a 5 gallon tub (should cover your ankles). Soak for 40 minutes. As you feel comfortable with the foot soaks, slowly increase amount of Soap & Neutralizer to the above recommended amounts. Many have advised that when they feel ready to start baths, they start with 1 teaspoon Soap & 2 teaspoons Neutralizer and build up to the standard recommended amount.
After the bath, dry off and spray skin with Neutralizer (optional), let skin dry and apply a layer of GEL and/or the MOISTURIZING LOTION if desired.
** Shower with the Moisturizing Soap (If the soap is too strong at first, you can dilute it). I dilute the soap in a 3:1 ratio. 3 parts water to 1 part soap. It works great in a foamer bottle with this dilution rate.