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Rubbadubbers Bath Toys
I just used my battery operated sex toys in the bath..One is water safe..I don't remember the other..Should i continue to do this? Unsafe?
If you aren't sure: Dry land may be safer than at sea. ...Read more
Benzocaine Bath?: Hello. What would you be attempting to treat by bathing (lathering your skin) in benzocaine? Some side effects: headache, confusion; fast heart rate, swelling, redness, blisters, feeling light-headed or short of breath. Pale, blue, or gray appearance of your skin, lips, or fingernails and hives; Skin changes and hives REQUIRE immediate medical attention. ...Read more
Doubtful but...: I never heard this & it seems unlikely but i researched it.2 types are claimed to help- epsom salt baths increase magnesium levels. It's claimed dr. Oz says this helps you to detoxify which can reduce weight- does he really claim this? Others tout himalayan salt baths to reduce stress & "clear your energy field" resulting in weight loss.There's no research to support these claims, but safe to try! ...Read more