Tepid water, what's that ?

@beenice2 (2283)
Canada
December 6, 2016 6:26am CST
In my studies of Holistic Skincare Products, I came across this, '' Tepid Water''. But I have learned that it is a mixture of,'' two parts of cold water and one part boiling water which is about at 105 degrees F. Lukewarm water are about the same range of temperature which are considered the same. Not hot and not cold. Why not saying use lukewarm water or does it need to be partly boiled water and cold separetely. But anyway, tepid water is good to refresh tired skin. image from pixabay
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@deadreak (607)
• Dagupan City, Philippines
6 Dec 16
Now i now what it is, thank you for the knowledge.
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@beenice2 (2283)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
Your welcome Carlos
@shaggin (26951)
• United States
6 Dec 16
I never knew the true definition of tepid water so thank you for teaching me something new!
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@beenice2 (2283)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
Your welcome Shaggin.
@Morleyhunt (16729)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
Just a choice of words.
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@beenice2 (2283)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
Yes that's what I think too.
@crossbones27 (15111)
• Redlands, California
6 Dec 16
Probably has something to do with living things in the water maybe. Kill the bad stuff, but keep the good stuff alifve. I have never really heard of this. Just guessing.
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@beenice2 (2283)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
Thanks the same.
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@Corbin5 (81872)
• United States
6 Dec 16
Yes, I always thought tepid and lukewarm were the same thing. I always use the term lukewarm.