It appears that your cart is currently empty!
+91 11 39595895
Image Source: Popsugar
When stocking up on skincare products and toiletries in anticipation of a harsh summer, the one item we give a royal snub is bath salt. Despite coming in pretty packages, loaded with fancy ingredients, and giving off a sweet scent, we walk past the bath salt display rack in a cosmetic shop and proceed to fetch our facial gels and body creams. Blame it on its pretentious price tag or the popular perception relegating these glittering bathing crystals to the smooth atmosphere of a spa, we have never really explored beyond its expensive packaging. The benefits of bath salt are many, and go beyond mere exfoliating dead cells to make skin soft and supple. A nice long soak in a tub sprinkled with bath salt releases muscle tension and improves common irritations such as insect bites, minor rashes, calluses on the feet, while working on serious skin conditions like athlete's foot, eczema, and psoriasis.
How To Pick Your Bath Salt
Always ensure the bath salt is crystalline not lumpy, and contain all natural ingredients and nutrients. Available on the market in a rainbow of colors, choosing the right bath salt can be quite a task for a novice. Your choice of bath salt should depend on what you wish to achieve in the bath. Cool hues such as blues and purples are generally soothing, while warm hues such as orange and yellow are energizing. Besides, the benefits of bath salt differ with grain size, for instance, finer grains dissolve quickly and work well as skin scrubs. One can even enhance the benefits of bath salt by infusing it with essential oils such as lavender or vanilla.
Popular Summer Bath Salts
Orange: It has a fresh, sweet, citrus smell, and helps soothe dry, irritated skin as well as acne-prone skin. Excellent for rubbing on calluses on the feet.
Lavender: Eases nervous tension, relieve pain, disinfects scalp and skin, enhances blood circulation and treats respiratory problems. The benefits of lavender can be attributed to its antiseptic and antifungal properties, hence the best scent to treat skin disorders including wounds and sunburns.
Lemongrass: Bathing in water infused with lemongrass bath salts revitalize the body and relieves symptoms of jetlag, clears headache, and busts stress.
Benefits of Bath Salts
Step By Step Guide To Use Bath Salts
So the next time you plan to pamper yourself, get yourself a stress free riveting session with bath salt.
All blog comments are checked prior to publishing