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5 Great Reasons to Take a Salt Bath

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What are the possible physical and mental benefits from soaking in a salt bath?

Decreases Stress - After a long, hard day of work, taking a nice warm salt bath can possibly decease stress by soothing the muscles and joints, helps to detoxify the body and can help relieve internal swelling, as well as giving the body an overall feeling of well-being.  Ah.......

Moisturizes the Skin - Soaking even once a week for 15-20 minutes hydrates and helps to detoxify the skin, as well as decreasing inflammation.

Helps With Insomnia - After taking a salt bath, your body may feel calmer and relaxed which makes going to sleep much easier.

Offers Important Healing Benefits - A salt bath helps remove toxins from the bloodstream and assists in regulating blood sugar which improves cardiovascular health and boosts circulatory and nerve function.  Magnesium is actually absorbed through the skin.

Soothes Pain - Along with helping with pain from muscles and joints, a warm salt bath helps after an injury or surgery and offers exceptional healing properties to many people, especially with chronic pain from arthritis, cramping, and muscle spasms.

We blend Dead Sea salt and Epsom salts (Magnesium Sulfate) for our customers and recommend a tub bath for the whole body, or a foot bath to soothe aching feet.  Learn more about our Bath Salts. Caution, not for use on broken or irritated skin.  For external use only.

Please contact us with any questions, and we'll be happy to help.

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