Wondering how to create dead sea salts with bath salt? This bath salt recipe helps soothe irritated muscles, relax you to a meditative state and moisturize dry skin, without irritating sensitive skin or using harsh chemicals.
You may already have an idea of what ingredients are necessary, but here is the full list of bath salt ingredients Dead Sea Salt, Epsom Salt, Moroccan Marigold, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil, Rose Water, Aloe Vera Juice and Lavender Oil. You can also add other herbs like lavender or chamomile to enhance the benefits.
The dead sea salt is what most of us are familiar with in our homes, but there is much more to this salt than meets the eye. It is rich in zinc, magnesium, copper, calcium, sodium and phosphorus, as well as trace amounts of selenium and manganese. This mineral-rich salt provides a balanced pH level, making it beneficial for all skin types.
Most of the sea salt on the market today is coarse. There are many companies that use fine sea salt as a substitute for coarse sea salt, because of the higher percentage of minerals in fine sea salt. Many people find that fine sea salt is better for their skin, and in addition, it provides a better texture. The texture of fine sea salt also allows for a smoother application.
There are different recipes and uses for this salt. Some recipes call for the coarse sea salt mixed with lavender oil to create a fragrance or scent. Other recipes use the coarse sea salt and other natural oils to moisturize the skin.
There are other ingredients that can be added to the mix as well as the Dead Sea Salt. Moroccan marigold, peppermint oil and Rosemary oil are used together to create an aromatic and soothing mixture. Rose water and lavender oil are used to moisturize the skin.
The Moroccan Marigold has been used in Asian countries for centuries as a remedy for all sorts of skin conditions, from eczema to rashes. It is also known to help relieve anxiety and stress. The marigold is also used in Moroccan baths. and is said to relax and calm the nervous system, which has a calming effect.
Rosemary oil has also been used to soothe irritated skin and is said to be good for all kinds of skin issues. It also is known to help alleviate joint aches and pains, as well as reduce inflammation of the skin.
Peppermint oil is another ingredient that is often included in the mix, along with the other sea salt ingredients. This salt is thought to have a calming effect. It is often used in aromatherapy to help soothe stress.
Lavender oil is also very relaxing and soothing, but it should not be mistaken for scented oil. Linalool and eucalyptus oil are more effective in treating skin conditions than scented oil. These oils are very aromatic and when applied topically can help calm the skin.
You should keep in mind though, that when using scented oil, be sure to only use it if you truly need it otherwise you will risk causing a burning sensation, or irritation to your skin.
Pure sea salt is also a very good moisturizer for your skin. It does not cause dry skin problems and does not react well with other ingredients. It does not break down as quickly as some other ingredients, making it the perfect choice for use when trying to moisturize skin.
Some of the ingredients contained in scented bath salt may irritate the skin if they are not diluted before applying. This is something to watch out for. If you want to use a mild and natural bath salt, be sure to dilute the solution before applying to your skin.