Epsom salt is a household staple for any wellness enthusiast! It has natural anti-inflammatory properties and is commonly used to soothe sore muscles and stiff joints. Time to share our top 3 ways to use your epsom salt. Spa day here we come!
Use this scrub to remove dead skin and moisturize your body. Gently massage the scrub over your body in circular motions before hopping in the bath (salts will dissolve in water) or rinsing off in the shower. Epsom Salt is very coarse, making it fantastic for an occasional deep cleanse.
Take some time for yourself, you deserve it! Disconnect from your phone, grab a book or listen to a podcast or ambient music as you relax in the bath. This recipe is guaranteed to soothe your mind and muscles before bed. Make sure to mix this recipe together prior to adding it to a tub of warm water and enjoy!
If you aren't a bath person, this one's for you! Treat yourself to a little self pamper session. This feels amazing after a tough workout or long day on your feet. Combine ingredients into a smooth mixture before adding it to a small basin of warm water. Rub your feet together to remove dead skin before the salts dissolve and then sit back and let your feet soak for about 15-20 minutes.
- lime - energizing, uplifting, disinfecting, refreshing
- peppermint - cooling, energizing, refreshing
- lavender - calming, soothing, sedative, anti-inflammatory
- grapefruit - uplifting & refreshing aroma, cleansing for the skin
- geranium - reduces stress & nerves, promotes healthy skin
- cedarwood - grounding & soothing aroma, promotes healthy skin
- blue tansy - promotes healthy skin
So grab a book and your oils and let's get down to it! There's an endless combination of blends out there that you can try. As long as you have epsom salts and a carrier oil, you're set! Enjoy!
Grab your epsom salt and get ready for some DIY relaxation. Tell us your favourite use for epsom salt! 💚 💬
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