BATH SOAK They are water-soluble, pulverized minerals that are added to water to be used for bathing. They are said to improve cleaning and enhance the enjoyment of bathing. With bath salts, you get an experience like bathing in the natural hot springs. Pour one to two handfuls of bath salts into your bath water and you’re ready to relax. FOOT SOAK Fill a small bucket Or personal Pedicure system with warm water. Consider filling it with boiling water and then allowing it to cool until you can comfortably place your feet in the water. Add one to two cups of Epsom salt to the water and swish with your feet. Rub your feet along the salt grains to break them down and get them into sore painful areas. Sit with your feet in the salt bath until the water cools. If you want to continue your soak, consider adding a few cups of hot water and mix well. EXFOLIATION If you would like to use bath salts for exfoliation, simply take a small handful of fine-grain bath salts and add a tiny bit of water. Work the mixture into a paste and smooth it over your skin.
MANIPURA AYURVEDA Eucalyptus Bath Salt with Epsom salt and Eucalyptus Essential oils, 200 gm
HOW TO USE The water you use in an Epsom salt bath with essential oils should be warm, not hot. Warm or tepid water is best for your skin because it doesn’t strip away as much protective oil, and it helps to dissolve the Epsom salt (Approx.100 gm in 15-20 l). Before you take bath, make sure that all of the salt has dissolved so that it can be more easily absorbed into your skin. Any salt that hasn’t dissolved in the water may dry on your skin as an opaque white powder. If you see this residue on your skin after the bath, don’t worry the excess salt should be harmless and is easily rinsed off. Be sure to stir the bath salts into the water and circulate them well, so the fragrances of essential oil are released into the steam. It’s generally recommended to soak in an Epsom salt bath for about 15 minutes up to three times per week.
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