Add our Epsom Salt to your regular Baths and Organically Nourish your whole Body while Naturally Enhancing your Well-being.
Ingredient – Epsom Salts (Magnesium Sulphate). Food grade and Chemically Pure.
Direction – approx. 1-2 Cups of Epsom Salt to a standard-sized bathtub. Soak your body for at least 15 minutes.
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.
Some people claim it’s a useful addition to facial wash, since it may help cleanse pores.
Just a 1/2 teaspoon will do the trick. Simply combine it with your own cleansing cream and massage onto the skin.
It can also be added to conditioner and may help add volume to your hair. For this effect, combine equal parts conditioner and Epsom salt. Work the mixture through your hair and leave for 20 minutes, then rinse.
What is Epsom Salt?
Epsom salt is also known as magnesium sulfate. It’s a chemical compound made up of magnesium, sulfur, and oxygen.
It gets its name from the town of Epsom in Surrey, England, where it was originally discovered.
Despite its name, Epsom salt is a completely different compound than table salt. It was termed “salt” because of its chemical structure.
It has an appearance similar to table salt and is often dissolved in baths, which is why you may also know it as “bath salt”. While it looks similar to table salt, its taste is distinctly different. Epsom salt is quite bitter and unpalatable.
For hundreds of years, this salt has been used to treat various ailments.
Most of the reported benefits of Epsom salt are attributed to its magnesium, a mineral that a lot of people do not get enough of.
How does it work?
When Epsom salt is dissolved in water, it releases magnesium and sulfate ions.
The idea is that these particles can be absorbed through your skin, providing you with magnesium and sulfates — which serve important bodily functions.
It can also be applied to your skin as a cosmetic or taken by mouth as a magnesium supplement or a laxative.
Safety and Side Effects
While Epsom salt is generally safe, there are a few negative effects that can occur if you use it incorrectly. This is only a concern when you take it by mouth.
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