Why do we promote Relaxing Bath Salts?

Why do we promote Relaxing Bath Salts?

If you’re looking for a way to ease achy muscles, and treat irritated skin, you may want to consider taking a sea salt bath.

While soaking in a tub, in general, is a nice way to pamper yourself after a hard day, adding sea salts is said to also extend the benefits to your skin, muscles, and joints.

Imagine Inhaling the soothing aroma and exhale for a deep relaxation will taking a long hot bath. Lavender and Peppermint soothes anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, depression, headaches and promotes a good night rest! Calendula helps heals wounds, bruises, and burns, often used to promote skin repair, Oatmeal helps soothing the skin especially those with eczema and psoriasis. Eucalyptus high in antioxidants, treats dry skin, reduces pain, promotes relaxation and perfect for fighting colds. Salt bath therapy provides psychological benefits and improves quality of sleep. Sea salt is a natural detoxifier, as the salt absorbs the toxins from the skin. Increases circulation, and softens skin without a greasy feel all while reducing fluid retention. Epsom Salts help increase circulation and relaxation.

Sea Salt is a type of salt that comes from the evaporation of seawater. The taste, texture, and processing are what makes sea salt different from table salt. There are many types of sea salts available on the market.

Dead Sea Salt which is sourced directly from the Dead Sea, comes in a variety of grains including:

  • fine
  • coarse
  • extra coarse
Bath salt benefits breakdown:
  • Moisturizes the skin. Soaking in a warm salt solution, even just once a week for 15-20 minutes, offers great benefits in terms of improving the skin barrier function, hydrating the skin, and decreasing inflammation.
  • Decreases stress. 
  • Helps insomnia.
  • Offers vital healing properties. 
  • Soothes pain.
  • stimulating circulation.
  • easing muscle cramps.
  • helping to relieve stiffness in joints.
  • soothing achy, overworked legs and feet.

Because of minimal processing, sea salt has various trace minerals such as:

Your skin, which is your body’s largest organ, will also thank you for indulging in a sea salt bath. There are a variety of sea salt products available, with some including other ingredients and fragrances to enhance your experience.

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