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Himalayan Salt Bath Scrub

Hi guys, this himalayan salt bath scrub recipe has been covered in a separate post but it has gotten a little bit lost in such a long post. Therefore I have separated it out so it is easier to find. Also  Natural beauty recipes will be included on the site now too and so it makes sense to do a separate post for it! I think I made my point..

Himalayan Salt Bath Scrub

So lets start with some background info!

‘Himalayan crystal salt is far superior to traditional iodized salt. Himalayan salt is millions of years old and pure, untouched by many of the toxins and pollutants that pervade other forms of ocean salt.’

Global Healing Centre

In comparison, common table salt contains chemicals and sometimes even sugar and aluminium. The salt has been chemically bleached and stripped of nutrients through a process using heat as high as 1,200°F. Processing salt turns it into sodium chloride, an unnatural salt the human body considers a toxin.

Whenever I see a new health fad in my social media timeline, I roll my eyes and think here we go again. Another one. I tend to give these things a wide berth. Himalayan Salt is nothing new though. It’s just that when a big page shares it, it gets people talking about it again. 

Himalayan Salt is great to use in skin care because it provides an excellent detox for the skin. Here is a recipe that you will love and i hope that you will use it over and over again!

10 reasons to get some Himalayan Salt in your lifeIngredients:

200g Coconut Oil

75g Himalayan Salt (Fine)

6 drops Lavender Essential Oil (Optional)


Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl using a fork. 

Transfer to a jar and store at room temperature. 

To use – Apply to wet skin and massage in. Soak for 10 – 15 minutes. Drink at least 2 glasses of water afterwards. 

Notes –

Keeps for up to 12 months.

You may feel tired the following day, so use with caution.

I would not advise anyone who is ill or pregnant/breastfeeding mothers to try a detox bath.

By the way, this also makes an awesome gift. 

I would also recommend drinking Sole pronounced Solay water. More info on that here

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