Pure Bath Salts - these herbal infused salts will take your bath from a delightful soak to a full body immersive sensory experience. Epsom salts on their own are a fantastic way to soothe your tired and aching body in the tub, but when those salts are infused with herbal oils and dried herbs it takes things to a whole other level! These are also wonderful used in a foot bath.
🌼 Calendula flowers grown from seed in my garden, were tended, harvested and dried at their peak freshness and then infused into avocado oil. The gorgeous yellow and oranges of the calendula flowers enriched the oil with their healing, soothing, skin supportive properties.
🌱 Plantain grows like a weed here on this land (and many lands). I spend a lot of time down on the ground hanging out with plantain most of the year round. I harvested and dried some and then infused it into sunflower oil. The oil took on the healing, nourishing, anti-inflammatory properties of the plantain and then that was infused into the epsom salts.
These two oils were added to Epsom salts. I also couldn't resist grinding up some dried calendula and plantain to include in the mix and topping the whole thing with calendula petals. A delight for the senses!!
This 8 oz glass jar could be spread across 4 baths, or you could add a generous half jar to one bath. The oils will soothe your skin as the salts work their magic relaxing your tired muscles. Some say that the magnesium can support detoxification and reduce inflammation.
🌎 All packaging is eco-friendly and reusable
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Epsom salt, calendula infused sunflower oil, plantain infused sunflower oil, dried plantain and calendula flowers
HOW DO I USE IT?
Pour between 1/4 to 1/2 of the jar into a warm to hot bath. Swirl the salts around the tub to distribute the oils and herbs and dissolve the salts. Immerse your body, close your eyes and soak it in.
If you don't have a bathtub, these are also amazing to add to a foot bath before bed.
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