The combination of Dead Sea salt and Epsom salt will provide you with a moment of relaxation worthy of spa and thalassotherapy centers.
Bath salts provide intense relaxation, they also allow access to deep relaxation and release accumulated tensions.
Salt from the Dead Sea
The salt of the Dead Sea comes, as the name suggests, from the Dead Sea which is actually a salt lake. The deepest lake in the world, located on the lowest point of the earth: 400 meters below sea level. Due to its high concentration of salt, around 27.5% against 2 to 4% of salt on average in other seas, it is effective in relieving symptoms of various skin conditions.
Unlike conventional sea salt which consists mainly of Sodium Chloride, Dead Sea salt has a high concentration ofpotassium, magnesium, calcium and bromine.
This exceptional richness in various mineral salts offers itproperties very often used inspas.
Natural magnesium sulfate is more commonly known as Epsom salt. It is mainly composed of two elements: sulphate, which is the mineral form of sulfur, as well as magnesium. These two minerals are necessary for the proper functioning of the human body as a whole.
Magnesium is a very common deficiency in our modern society where the nutritional quality of food has drastically decreased.
The skin effectively absorbs magnesium from diluting Epsom Salt in hot bath water.
In fact, skin tissue is an interesting absorption route for supporting the body's magnesium reserves.
An average frequency of twice a week is reasonable in order to support the body's magnesium stores and release tension.
Sometimes essential oils that promote relaxation are associated with bath salts. Among these essential oils it is possible to cite: lavender for relaxation, citrus fruits for a tonic and comfort effect or even coniferous oils to promote easy breathing.
Epsom Salt is a great way to unwind and unwind after a busy day.
Ingredients: sea salt, food coloring and perfume (from essential oils and natural flavors).