January 13, 2021

The Power of Dead Sea Salt

This is Salt Island in the Dead Sea. The beautiful island is made from the same magnesium-rich mineral salt we use in our handmade Salt Scrub — a fabulous bath soak and body polish. As a scrub it is lovely to groom away the winter dullness from tip to toe. Additionally, did you know we can actually absorb magnesium through our skin?

Dead SeaSalt from the Dead Sea is richer in nutrients like potassium, calcium, magnesium, and bromide than regular sea salt (which also boasts magnesium in lower levels). Because of its high levels of mineral-rich salt, the Dead Sea is revered for those seeking healing soaks. With approximately 50% magnesium content, these super healing flakes are transdermal. Go ahead and increase your mineral intake by scooping a half cup into your ritual bath. Amidst these turbulent times our bodies benefit from minerals which can boost moods, aid sleep, and lend a sense of overall wellbeing.

Salt Scrub





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