5 WAYS TO USE SALTS WITHOUT A BATH TUB!
While the majority of us often associate bath salts with long relaxing soaks in the bath tub, it turns out there is a variety of ways in which these can be used.
Salts have long been known for their skin exfoliation properties, removing dead skin cells and toxins leaving the skin smooth and fresh. This then allows the skin to absorb better and gain more nutrients from the products.
When salts are blended with essential oils the combinations can work wonders on all sort of skin and body conditions.
Here at Lorem, we use the finest Dead Sea salt for our Emu salts.
The Dead Sea salts contains:
- Magnesium – combats stress, fluid retention, skin ageing.
- Calcium – prevent water retention, increases circulation and strengthens bones and nails.
- Bromides – acts to ease stiff muscles.
- Potassium – Energises the body, helps balance the skin and is a crucial mineral for replenishing the skin after exercise.
- Sodium – important for lymphatic fluid balance which helps immune system functions.
The salts are then blended with Emu oil and a combination of essential oils known for their abilities to assist in providing anti-inflammatory pain relief, improve blood circulation, ease aching muscles, and helping to reduce tensions and anxiety.
So, what else can these be used for other than the bath?
Many of us would do the usual one scoop of bath salts to the bath and soak if we have the luxury of time! Well now the secret is out and here is our insight to using the salts for everything but the bath
Tired Aching Feet – Add one scoop of salts to warm water, immerse your feet and soak to relieve aches and pains. This not only soothes the feet from aches and pains but it also freshens up the feet. You can also soften any rough skin. Rinse and dry with a towel once soaked.
Aching hands/ dry skin on hands – Add one scoop to warm water, immerse your hands and soak, the salts will relieve any aches and pains whilst softening the skin leaving the hands feeling smooth
Shower Scrub – Take a handful of the salts and whilst in the shower scrub in the desired area to help assist in relieving the pain. Alternatively, use as an all over body scrub to exfoliate and freshen the skin.
Blocked nose and suffering from sinus congestion – Place a scoop of the salt in a bowl along with some boiling water. Use the salts as an inhalation with a towel over your head to clear the sinus and help you feel better.
Healing bruises – Dissolve one scoop of salt in warm water, using a washcloth make a compress and soak it in the solution then apply to the effective area. Repeat regularly for maximum effect.
Did you know that Bath salts can assist in helping with a number of our body illnesses and conditions?
A quick overview of what else we can use bath salts for;
So do you really need a bath to use your salts?
Disclaimer: None of the information on these pages should be construed as medical advice, but as a natural alternative. We are not doctors. Always consult your doctor for medical advice or about using our products if you are taking any medication or suffer with any conditions. We make no medical claims, expressed or implied.
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