Benefits of bath salts

Why do bath salts work?

Benefits of bath saltsBath salts are known to cure many ailments and health experts are now advising patients to regularly use bath salts at home. When taking this bath you will be able to alleviate skin problems, improve blood circulation and much more. Bath salts contain calcium, potassium and magnesium which help the body to cure. Bath salts are a low cost compared to other methods like spa treatments, which can be more expensive. You can use bath salts frequently at your home when you need it most.

Detox Bath Soak

Detox baths are a popular way to attempt to eliminate pollutants and toxins from the body. Detox baths utilize steam and heat combined with a variety of ingredients such as salts, seaweed, Epsom, herbs, sodium bicarbonate/baking soda to remove impurities and toxins from your body.

Benefits of a Detox Bath Soak using Bath Salts

  • It eases stress and improves your sleep and concentration
  • Help nerves and muscles to function properly
  • It reduces inflammation hence reducing pain and muscle cramping
  • Gets rid of dead cells from the skin
  • To moisturized your skin
  • Provides relaxation

Benefits of detoxifying your skin or body using bath salts

  • Bath salts will detoxify and cleanse your skin
  • Your skin will soften and appear more radiant and youthful
  • It eliminates all dead cells from your skin

What are the best bath salts for detoxifying and cleansing the body

There are a number of salts used to detoxify the body. The most common are Epsom and Sea salt, but there are products which include dead sea salt, Bolivian pink salt, dendritic salt and Iceland geothermal brine salt.

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Further reading

Brewer, S, The Total Detox Plan, Carlton Books, London, 2000, page 10

Harper, J, Natural Care Detox Handbook, Doring Kindersley Limited London, 2002

Krohn J, & Taylor F, Natural Detoxification, Hartley & Marks Publishers Inc. Vancouver, 2000

 

 

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