What: Detoxifying and calming bath salts that relieve achy muscles while pampering the senses.
Who: Anyone who needs some relaxing “me” time.
Why it works: There are two kinds of salts in this indulgent mix: Epsom salts to relax muscles, draw toxins and odors from body and calm nerves, and sea salts to rejuvenate, relax, soothe skin irritation and soften the skin. Meanwhile, kelp hydrates, rosemary firms skin, lavender reduces puffiness and irritation and Virginia cedar acts as a lymphatic tonic to bring balance to your entire body.
What it contains: Sea Salt, Epsom Salt, Kelp Seaweed, Lavender, Cedar, Rosemary Essential Oils.
What it doesn’t contain: No artificial fragrance, parabens, synthetic preservatives, SLS, surfactants or pthalates.
How to use it:
-Mix a handful of salts in your bath water.
Proven! Our team of chemistry whizzes has analyzed this product’s label claims, and the ingredients that deliver them. Here’s the science behind why it works.
Ingredient: Lavender Essential Oil - The soothing scent of lavender reduces stress (read study), and has been shown clinically to decrease stress hormone levels and activate the pleasure centers of the brain (read study). Bonus: The scent has also been shown to help reduce headaches - an all too familiar after effect of hangovers. Read study.
The Claim: Soothes Inflamed Skin
Ingredient: Lavender Distillates - Known primarily for their relaxing aromatherapeutic effects, extracts of lavender have also been shown to reduce swelling and inflammation when applied to the skin. Read study.
The Claim: Hydrates
Ingredient: Kelp - These long, leafy algae contain large, sugar-like molecules called fucoidan, which has been clinically shown to help reduce dryness and moisturize skin (read the clinical trial)
The Claim: Reinforce Lipid Barrier
Ingredient: Epsom Salts - Magnesium-rich salts like epsom help reinforce the lipid barrier that naturally protects the skin, both by acting as an exfoliant and by providing the body with a boost of magnesium, an essential nutrient (read the in vivo study).