Bath Salts

Is your daily bath in need of some variation? Are you looking for a way to relieve stress, ease achy muscles, and soothe irritated skin?  Adding a touch of aromatic mineral-rich, sea salt to your bathing routine to soothe the soul, balance emotions, arouse your senses, and pamper your skin.

Since ancient times, people have immersed themselves in warm baths to cleanse, relax, refresh, rejuvenate, and heal. A medley of soothing mineral-rich salts, some blended with pure organic essential oils, enhances the natural healing and soothing effects of a warm bath.

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Taking a bath can be a truly comforting experience. A 2018 study titled the "Physical and Mental Effects of Bathing," found that immersion in warm bath water for 10 minutes promotes an increased blood flow, encourages feelings of contentment, and may also help reduce fatigue, stress, and pain. 

Sea salt baths are known for their therapeutic and healing properties. Packed with trace elements and minerals to benefit your skin, a salt bath can help balance skin oils, improve circulation, ease muscular pain and joint stiffness and soothe irritated skin conditions while melting away the worries and pressures of the day. 

  • add to your tub for a sensational spa experience
  • use as soak before a pedicure or for sore, tired feet
  • choose a blend to match to your mood, create an atmosphere, or for your therapeutic needs

Are you looking for a specific type of aromatherapy? Use the “Helps With” filter on the left side this page. Find blends that can help improve sleep and relaxation, relieve stress and anxiety, uplift your mood lift, energize your body & mind, enhance focus, and ease congestion, and motion sickness.

Get creative! Check out all the ways to use bath salts in our Bath Salts & Recipes blog

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, have a medical condition, or have any medical concerns regarding yourself or your family always consult a qualified, licensed health professional prior to using aromatherapy. 

Warm water and sea salt are generally safe for most people. If you have a chronic skin condition or any chronic health condition, please talk with your healthcare provider prior to trying a sea salt bath.

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