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Bath Salts and Teas

Why should we take salt baths?

Showers are by far commonly used to cleanse our bodies. The benefits of salt baths shouldn’t be overlooked to improve both physical and mental health. Did you know that studies have shown that taking a bath is similar to exercising? It improves your blood circulation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces inflammation just as exercising will do. When adding Epsom salts to a bath, it will boost your magnesium levels which reduces muscle tension and improves sleep. It also soothes and soften your skin. When adding mineral rich Mediterranean Sea Salt, it is known to improve the quality of your sleep and is a natural detoxifier for your skin. The sea salt is also known to help soothe and heal skin that is inflamed, broken out in a rash, or itching caused by skin conditions.

 

In addition, soaking in a salt bath will naturally reduce stress levels and trigger the production of endorphins that leave you feeling calmer and happier. By including lavender essential oil in your bath products, you will further enhance reducing your stress levels. Lavender is believed to help balance hormones and reduce feelings of nervous tension. Due to its calming and relaxing properties, it is also known to help you sleep at night.

 

Finally, warm bath water will open up pores and help detoxify the body. When you take a warm bath at night this will cause your internal temperature to rise and is followed by a rapid cool-down period afterward that induces relaxation and a good night's rest. 

 

Good to know: The ideal temperature of a healing bath should be warm, not overly hot. Make sure to drink water before and after the bath to stay hydrated.

Also good to know: Everyone's body and skin is different. Try a Mediterranean Salt Bath and see how it works for your skin!

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