Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks

Research indicates that a good soak in warm water eases tension, relaxes tired muscles. A hot bath, or a soak in hot water increases our body temperature which in turn enhances circulation, lymph detoxification, increases metabolism and calms the nervous system.

We carry a wide selection of bath salts and soaks containing essential oils, herbs such as lavender and ginger, as well as minerals such as magnesium to ease tension in the mind and body. Sea salt baths containing Dead Sea salts often form the base of bath salts and soaks and are of great benefit due to their ability to nourish the body with minerals and drawing out impurities leaving skin soft and smooth. 

 

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