Epsoak Epsom Salt
Benefits of Epsom Salt:
- As a relaxing magnesium bath soak– Add at least 1 cup to a warm bath and soak for 20 minutes.
- Splinter Removal– Soak in concentrated epsom salt water to pull out a splinter.
- Magnesium Foot Scrub– Make a homemade magnesium scrub (recipe here) for a boost of magnesium and super soft skin.
- Better Vegetables– Add a tablespoon of epsom salt to the soil below a tomato plant to boost growth.
- Facial Wash– Add a pinch to your usual face cleaner (or to your oil cleansing routine) for a skin exfoliating magnesium boost.
- Tile/Grout Cleaner– Mix equal parts of liquid dish soap and epsom salts and use to scrub tile and grout. Rinse well for a streak free shine.
- Body Aches– Add 2 cups to a warm bath and soak for at least 20 minutes to help relieve muscle sprains and for a transdermal magnesium boost.
- Homemade Sea Salt Spray– Make your own sea salt spray to add texture and volume to hair.
- Water House Plants– Help house plants grow by adding a couple tablespoons of epsom salt to the water when you water them.
- Volume Boosting Hair Mask– Combine equal parts of conditioner and epsom salt and leave on hair for 20 minutes. Rinse well and let air dry for thicker hair.
- Foot Soak– For a concentrated magnesium boost, add 1 cup to a hot foot soak and soak for 20 minutes.
- Get rid of slugs– Have slugs in your garden or on your patio? Sprinkle epsom salt to deter them.
Benefits of Himalayan Salt:
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- Regulating water levels in the body.
- Promoting stable pH balance in the cells, including the neurons
- Encouraging healthy blood sugar levels
- Reducing the common signs of aging
- Promoting cellular hydroelectric energy balance
- Increased absorption of minerals within the intestinal tract
- Aiding vascular health
- Supporting healthy respiratory function
- Promoting kidney and gallbladder health
- Promoting healthy sleep patterns
- Strengthening bones
- Encouraging healthy libido
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information pertaining to your personal needs please see a qualified health practitioner or call to know more.