Dead Sea Spa Magik

Sea Magik Salted - Epsom Spa Salts


Suitable for Vegetarians


Consider Salted Epsom Bath Salts the all-rounder of soaks. Sports fans and beauty lovers favour them for their ability to promote relaxation, relax aching muscles and relieve skin irritation. 

An ideal way to enhance your bath time, Epsom Spa Salts revitalise tired muscles, aid post-workout recovery, exfoliate dry skin and help treat swelling, water retention and bloating. All while promoting a sense of relaxation. 

For a relaxing mineral bath add one cup of Epsom Salts to warm water and relax. For hands and feet, add one cup to a foot bath or bowl and soak. For a concentrated effect add two to four cups to a warm bath and soak for up to 20 minutes. 

Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt)

Product Code: FIN0023


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