How to use bath salts in the tub - Instructions for the use of Bath Salts

Bath Salts

About our Salts

Our bath salts are made using a combination of salts. Epsom salt combined with another salt such as Dead Sea salts, pink Himalayan sea salt, Dendritic salt, or Icelandic Geothermal Brine. our bath salts are fine in texture. For a very simple bath salt, you can simply use one of our dye and fragrance-free Epsom salt combinations.

Step 1 After Purchase

If you want a truly luxurious soak, add bath salts the next time you run a bath. Leave the bath salts as they are. Store the bath salts in an airtight container and use them whenever your skin feels a little dry. You may need to shake or mix the salt if it has been sitting for some time as our blends are free from anti-clumping chemicals

Step 2 Fill the tub half full and add the bath salts.

Put the plug in your bathtub and run hot water. Fill the tub halfway with water that's as hot as you like it and pour in about 1/2 cup (120 g) of prepared bath salts. For a stronger concentration, you can add more bath salts. For a therapy bath, consider using 1 to 2 cups (240 to 480 g) of salts. The high levels of magnesium in the salts can reduce muscle ache.

Step 3 Swirl the bath salts in the water and fill tub.

Use your hands to swirl the water in the tub so the salts dissolve. Fine-grained bath salts will dissolve faster than coarse-grained bath salts. Turn the hot water back on and fill the tub as high as you like. Dip your hands in the water to check the temperature. The water should be as comfortably hot as you can make it.

Step 4 Soak in the tub for at least 10 minutes

Get into the tub and breathe in the hot steam as you soak. To get the full benefits of the bath salts, try to soak for at least 10 minutes. Continue to soak as long as you like before draining the tub.

 Detoxifying Bath

Dissolve 1 to 3 cups (240 to 720 g) of salts in a hot bath and soak in it for 10 to 40 minutes.

Ask your doctor about how often you can use bath salts, especially if you have a medical condition.

Congratulations! Sit back and relax.