The Power of Bath Salts

Himalayan Bath Salt

Did you know that your skin is the largest organ of your body? Just think about that for a minute. The largest organ that you have; in terms of the amount of surface area it occupies, is your skin. Because your skin covers such a large portion of your body this means it required extra protection. Exposure to constant temperature changes, pollution, wind, humidity differences, attack by insects, damage from impact, billions and billions of germs, and other stuff requires us to do what we can to take care of it.

By moisturizing your skin on a regular basis, wearing protective clothing when exposed to extreme temperatures, and trying not to get too banged up during those hiking or skiing trips you can help ensure your skin is in tip top shape or at least as close to that as possible for as long as possible.

Did you also know your skin is quite porous? This means the absorptive capabilities of it are incredible. In our case, this is a good thing because you will have the opportunity to incorporate luxurious salts in your bath routine. Bath salts are an excellent way to keep your skin hydrated, detoxed, and revitalized.

If you spruce up your bathwater with the right minerals; such as those found in bath salts, it triggers a process called reverse osmosis; which essentially pulls salt and other harmful toxins out of your body. Use one of our detoxifying bath salts at least once a week in a nice…… bath and soak for 15-20 minutes to look and feel your best.

Be careful though if the water is too hot you risk being burned. Also, if you are a diabetic or have underlying heart conditions a bath that is too hot can cause other issues such as nerve damage in your feet and legs, and numbness making you more susceptible to burns.



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