Epsom Salt is a mineral compound comprised of Magnesium and Sulfate. It is well known that it helps to relieve many minor health issues such as soaking in a bath with Epsom salt which can help to relieve achy feet and sooth sore muscles. Epsom salt also been used in skin cleanser and some hair care products act as a natural exfoliate and give your skin or hair more healthy and shin.
Benefits of Epsom Salt:
- Helps to soothes inflammation
- Helps to relieves discomfort caused by sunburn
- Helps to relieves itchiness
- Helps to reduce stress
- helps to recover after exercise
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Despite the name, Epsom salt isn’t like the stuff you put on your fries. It’s called a salt because of its chemical structure. The “Epsom” part is a place in England where it’s found in natural springs.
How to use Epsom Salt
- Bath – The most common use is taking what’s called an Epsom salt bath. To do this, add 2 cups (about 475 grams) of Epsom salt to the water in a standard-sized bathtub and soak your body for at least 15 minutes.
- Detox bath – A detox bath is generally made of Epsom salt. The minerals in a detox bath are believed to help remove toxins from the body to improve your health, relieve stress, treat constipation, and assist with weight loss.
- Beauty – Epsom salt may be used as a beauty product for skin and hair. To use it as an exfoliant, just place some in your hand, dampen it and massage it into your skin.
- Skin inflammation or irritation – Bath salts can be used to relieve skin inflammation and irritation caused by eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, and athlete’s foot. The National Eczema Association recommends adding 1 cup of table salt to your bath during a flare-up to help prevent stinging when bathing. You can also use Epsom salt or sea salt to treat skin irritation and inflammation. To make bath salts to relieve itchy and irritated skin, use 1 cup of epsom salt for a standard-size bathtub. Pour the salt into the warm running bath water and use your hand to stir the water to help dissolve all the grains. Soak in the tub for at least 20 minutes.
- Dry or itchy skin – You can use epsom salts to relieve dry and itchy skin, including itching caused by insect bites and poison ivy. To do this, use 1 to 2 cups of Epsom salt and a tablespoon of olive oil for a standard-size bathtub. Pour the salt into the warm running water to help it dissolve faster. Add the olive oil and stir the bath water using your hand to help combine the salt and oil. Soak for at least 12 minutes, 2 or 3 times a week. You can also add almond oil, oatmeal, or powdered milk to bath salts to soothe and moisturize the skin.
Solubility: Soluble in Water
Country of Product: Germany
Short Term Storage:
Air tight container. Dark location. Cool room temperature.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Packaged in a ziplock bag