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January Jones has hers with vinegar and unspeakable amounts of salt and baking soda. Madonna’s is sprinkled with rose petals. Yes, the humble bath is making a comeback.

It seems quick showers have been overtaken by luxurious bubble baths during the coronavirus pandemic, and have become an easy way to help practise self-care during quarantine.

Celebrity Instagram posts aside, it’s never been more important to focus on our mental health and wellbeing. While retreating to a day spa might be

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