This deeply therapeutic and artisanally crafted bath salt blend is designed to enhance relaxation while calming both mind and muscle tension. Soothing French lavender essential oil promotes stress relief while refreshing the senses with a clean, crisp floral aroma. Our nourishing bath salts are made with crystallized kelp from an organic seaweed farm on the Brittany coast of France. This highly detoxifying bath contains dozens of therapeutic trace elements from the sea – replenishing minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and amino acids. French lavender essential oil soothes and calms both mind and muscles, to promote stress relief and deep relaxation.
Pour 1/2 cup of salts into a warm or comfortably hot bath, then stir into water until dissolved. While soaking, take slow, deep breaths to fully enjoy the aromatherapeutic experience.
EVERY INGREDIENT WE USE IS BENEFICIAL, HERE ARE A FEW:
Vitamin C brightens, boosts collagen and elastin production.
Rosemary moisturizes and heals.
Lavender fights acne and reduces scars.
VITAMIN E (TOCOPHEROL)
Vitamin E restores and protects from free radical damage.
UNREFINED FRENCH CRYSTALLIZED KELP
Unrefined French Crystallized Kelp purifies and quenches skin with moisture.
COMPLETE LIST OF INGREDIENTS:
Sodium Chloride (Unrefined French Crystallized Kelp), Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Lavandula Augustifolia Oil (Lavender Essential Oil), Geraniol** Component of natural essential oil
Natural ingredients may vary in color and consistency
Q. What are the benefits of lavender bath salts?
A. Lavender bath salts may have several potential benefits, including:
Promoting relaxation and reducing stress
Soothing sore muscles
Helping to improve sleep
Moisturizing and nourishing the skin
Providing a pleasant fragrance and sensory experience. However, it’s important to note that individual results may vary and scientific evidence is limited.
Q. How long should you soak in a lavender bath?
A. There is no set time that you should soak in a lavender bath, as it depends on your personal preference and how much time you have available. Generally, soaking for at least 20-30 minutes may provide enough time to experience the potential benefits of the lavender bath salts, such as relaxation and muscle soothing. However, it’s important to listen to your body and avoid staying in the bath for too long, as prolonged exposure to hot water can lead to dehydration and may cause skin irritation.
Q. How do you use lavender salt in a bath?
A. To use lavender salt in a bath, follow these steps:
Fill your bathtub with warm water.
Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of lavender bath salts to the water. You can adjust the amount depending on your preference and the size of your bathtub.
Stir the water to help dissolve the salt and distribute the lavender fragrance.
Soak in the bath for 20-30 minutes, or as long as desired.
After soaking, rinse your body with clean water to remove any remaining salt.
Pat your skin dry with a towel and moisturize as needed.
It’s important to read the instructions on the bath salts package and follow the recommended usage guidelines, as different brands may have different instructions or concentrations. Additionally, it’s recommended to avoid using bath salts if you have open wounds, sensitive skin, or a medical condition that may be worsened by exposure to hot water.
Q. Can you use fresh lavender in bath salts?
A. Yes, you can use fresh lavender in bath salts. However, it’s important to note that using fresh ingredients may affect the texture and shelf life of the bath salts, and may require additional steps to prevent spoilage or bacterial growth.
If you want to use fresh lavender in your bath salts, you can follow these general steps:
Harvest or purchase fresh lavender flowers or buds.
Spread the lavender in a single layer on a clean and dry surface, such as a baking sheet or paper towel, and let it air dry in a cool, dark, and well-ventilated area for a few days until it’s completely dry.
Crush the dried lavender using a mortar and pestle or a food processor, or leave it whole for a more decorative look.
Mix the dried lavender with the other bath salt ingredients, such as Epsom salt, sea salt, or baking soda, in a clean and dry bowl.
Store the lavender bath salts in an airtight container in a cool and dry place until ready to use.
It’s important to test a small patch of skin before using the lavender bath salts, as some people may be allergic to lavender or other ingredients. Additionally, avoid using fresh lavender that has been treated with pesticides or chemicals.