Salt Profiles

Posted on 29 June 2015
Author:Emilia Obiekea


These salts are great from hair and skin care products.

Dead Sea Salt

A luxuriant sea salt extracted and solar dried from the saline and mineral rich marshes of the confined Dead Sea. Dead Sea salt is a nutrient rich, extremely fine, and partially moist salt perfect for bath products and scrubbing blends. Because of its moisture content we have found it easily mixed with other ingredients with little or no separation. This salt is extremely wealthy in numerous key elements and has proven to be one of the best therapeutic salts available.

Stores well under most conditions, but high temperatures and direct exposure to light will dry the material out. Excessive humidity may cause it to cake up and harden.

Epsom Salt

Epsom salt is an excellent product, often overlooked for its therapeutic benefits, and is principally used in bath salts to sooth, relax, and relieve sore muscles. It can be used as a standalone salt for soaking, or may be blended with essential oils and botanicals for a truly splendid bathing experience. Our Epsom salt is of the highest therapeutic quality, and its coarse texture makes it easy to incorporate them into baths and soaks.

Epsom salt is mainly made up of magnesium and sulfates. Unlike other salts, Epsom salt does not leave the skin feeling dry. On the contrary, it leaves the skin with a soft and silky texture. Adding Epsom salts to your bath water makes for a luxurious, relaxing, and soothing experience for the mind and body. Stores well under most conditions, but high fluctuations in humidity will cause it to cake.


Himalayan Pink Salt

Himalayan Pink salt is one of the purest salts available. It ranges in color from off-white to different shades of pink. It is a pure, hand-mined salt that is derived from ancient sea salt deposits, and it is believed to be the purest form of salt available. It is used in bath salt recipes, body scrubs, aromatherapy, homemade soap, and all types of culinary and spa applications. It is recommended that this salt be stored in an air tight, covered container in a cool, dry place.

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