An enchanting, floral aroma designed to condition and purify your skin, lift away impurities and boost your magnesium levels naturally.
You have your choice of either a mason jar - nice for gift giving or displaying on your shelf. The natural bags are good for shipping as they as a little lighter. Both are pretty.
Epsom salt baths have a long list of amazing health benefits and are an excellent way to destress and detoxify the whole body.
An Epsom salt bath can help to relieve pain and muscle cramps, relieve inflammation (making it beneficial in the treatment of sore muscles), help ease bronchial asthma, and migraine headaches.
They are a natural source of magnesium, which many of us are deficient in. Magnesium is the second most abundant element in human cells and the fourth most important positively charged ion in the body. It helps the body regulate over 325 enzymes and plays an important role in organizing many bodily functions, like muscle control, electrical impulses, energy production and the elimination of harmful toxins.
Colloidal Oatmeal is generally used in the bath as an additive to bath water, which moisturizes dry and problem skin, especially dry skin in children. This Colloidal Oatmeal is GMO-free and consists of key components such as beta glucan and avenanthramides, which acts as a natural, deep penetrating moisturizer that reduce the itching caused by dry skin.
Rose Geranium essential oil lifts the spirit and eases nervous tension. It has been used back to the times of the Egyptians for promoting beautiful, radiant skin
You will need at least 40 minutes to soak in the tub. (If you can) Within the first 20 minutes of treatment the salts pull toxins out of your body through the skin. The second 20 minutes allows for the absorption of minerals to occur. Have a cup of tea or a glass of wine with your bath - and relax!
How much Epsom Salt Bath mix do I put in the bath ? Use ½ to 1 cup for each bath. Always follow your bath with a drink of water as you can feel a little dehydrated afterwards.
Please note that you should not take Epsom salt baths if you are pregnant, have exposed cuts or burns on your skin, or are severely dehydrate