de Mamiel

Altitude Bath Soak

400-Grams

Suitable for Vegetarians

£48.00

De Mamiel's Altitude Bath Soak is designed to help the body re-establish equilibrium when it feels out of balance, is an ideal antidote to non-stop days.

Altitude Bath Soak rejuvenates dull skin, quietens racing minds and soothes aching muscles; it™s a triple bath salt blend that features Himalayan Salts, Epsom Salts and Dead Sea Salts as well as a lovely, fortifying blend of essential oils.

Altitude bath salts contain the same uplifting inhalation essence found in Altitude Oil and will help ease stress and restore energy levels in much the same way, but with the added benefits of hydrating and nourishing skin too. It's is ideal for use when the main aim is to totally switch off from working life, even if only for a few days; the addition of Shungite Crystal Powder helps to prevent the build-up of the electromagnetic energy absorbed through excessive use of devices something we™re all guilty of.

  • Himalayan salts are rich in trace minerals and essential for strength and energy
  • Epsom salts encourage relaxation and help to revive and restore tired, aching muscles
  • Dead Sea salts are essential for soothing, softening and hydrating depleted skin.
  • Baking Soda helps to soothe, relax amd detoxify weary bodies and sluggish skin

Shungite Crystal powder helps eliminate unwanted toxins form the body, provides a shield against harmful electromagnetic frequencies and is thought to help dispel negative energy and thoughts Coconut oil is rich in both lauric and fatty acids which helps deeply nourish and soothe skin and lock in moisture.

Essential Oils including lavender, eucalyptus, fragonia, pine, lemon myrtle, peppermint and patchouli combine quickly provide fortifying, soothing and restorative action

Directions:To use the Altitude Bath Soak, pour 1-2 capfuls under running water to allow the salts to dissolve and, for maximum benefits, relax in the water for at least 10-15 minutes. A temporary rise in body temperature during and immediately after soaking is completely normal and can be attributed to individual stress levels.



Sodium Chloride (Himalayan salt and Dead Sea salt), Magnesium Sulfate (epsom salts), Magnesium chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate, Powdered Shungite, Cocos nucifera (coconut) Oil, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower oil*, Eucalyptus radiata (eucalyptus) leaf oil*, Agonis fragrans (fragonia) leaf oil, Mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf oil*, Pinus sylvestris (pine) leaf oil*, Backhousia citriodora (lemon myrtle) leaf oil, Pogostemon cablin (patchouli) leaf oil*, Limonene, Geraniol, Linalol, Citronellol, Eugenol, Citral *Certified organic Natural essential oil constituents Hand blended Stored in violet glass to preserve the vitality of the precious ingredients.

Product Code: ADM0042

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