How to Use Bath Salts

Bath Salts: Nature's Remedy to Soothe Your Skin

It’s remarkable - our skin changes daily, and can go through several transitions within a single day. You may experience water loss in the morning, and increased oil production during the afternoon. If you’re outdoors, UV rays, wind and environmental pollution can have major effects on the skin throughout the day.  

Fortunately, there are lots of ways to defend your skin and body from pollution, free radicals and toxins in the air. One of the most cost-efficient and beneficial ways to take care of your skin is with nourishing Bath Salts.  

How to Use Bath Salts

To use bath salts, simply add 2-3 spoonfuls to a running warm bath. Use your hands to swirl the bath salts and begin the dissolving process. Optimally, soak in the bath for at least 10 minutes and breathe in the steam and relaxing oils (if added).

Benefits of Bath Salts

Bath salts draw away toxins while relaxing the body, making them an excellent choice to improve both physical and mental well-being. The naturally-occurring electrolytes and minerals in bath salts help relieve headaches, increase energy, and prevent muscle cramping, helping you feel noticeably calm and relaxed. Bath salts can also reduce inflammation and improve circulation, giving your skin a healthy, natural glow.

helps Improve blood circulation

Alternatively, our Foaming Bath Salts helps to protect skin cells from sun damage and free radicals, and can improve blood circulation and reduce stress with added aromatherapy properties. We recommend using before bedtime to help drift off into a restful sleep!

Can help you relax

Bath salts are an excellent body care product to help you feel relaxed and calm while improving circulation, reducing inflammation, detoxifying and soothing skin -- truly, an all around win-win for your body and mind. Re-energize and nourish with nature’s beloved ingredients, and give love to the skin you’re in.

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