The Benefits of a Sea Salt Bath

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Our luxurious line of bath teas help you detox, hydrate and heal your skin with every soak. 

A sea salt soak works like magic on your skin, body and hair. But as Bill Nye would say, “It’s not magic, it’s science.”

The therapeutic benefits of bathing in the elixir of the ocean has been around since the ancient times. Even the original beauty expert Cleopatra herself cherished the youth-bestowing powers of baleneotherapy long before science was able to back those theories.

Sea salt is not and should not be treated like plain table salt, there are many trace vitamins and minerals associated with it. The same vitamins and minerals found in the sea are also found in our bodies. We need these electrolytes to provide proper nourishment to the skin cells.

Ever wonder why bathing in salts has a huge impact on relieving muscle aches and healing wounds? These key nutrients found in sea salts feed our cells the energy it needs to improve its metabolism, keep the skin tissue hydrated, increase blood circulation and strengthen our cell membranes.

You might not associate hydration with sea salt but it’s true. While ordinary table salt is dehydrating, sea salt is rich in minerals like magnesium, calcium, zinc and potassium—all of which help strengthen the skin’s barrier function, improve hydration levels, and support the skin’s water balance. Replenishing the skin with mineral rich salt can help moisture to be absorbed and bind to the skin more efficiently.

Another great side effect to mineral rich sea salt is it’s naturally detoxifying by absorbing toxins. With our seaweed added to every bath tea you have a detoxification powerhouse!

Want to experience the benefits of bathing in sea salts. We have the perfect blend of botanicals, seaweeds, essential oils and sea salts for everyone.

Ocean Goddess –blended for a therapeutic experience.

Feeling Groovy –blended to bring calm and peace to your wellbeing.

Ritual Rose –blended to recharge your spirit.

Foxy Detoxy Seaweed bath –blended to deep clean pores while healing.

Tanya Droege