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  1. Amber

    Ok this is a rather silly question but I have NEVER taken a bath before because I’m just a shower fanatic. Anyway, I was wondering after you soak in the bath do u have to rinse off after your done with soap or do you just rise off with the shower and step out the bath? Lol

  2. Margaretia Jane

    Do you use dried herbs or can you use fresh ones??

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