Dead Sea salt was traditionally used for bathing, however this miraculous salt is now being incorporated into salt scrubs, serums, lotions, and anti-ageing regimes as a 100% natural skincare solution.
Dead Sea Bath Salt is well suited for anyone looking for a relaxing retreat away from the stresses of everyday life. It is widely recognised for not only its relaxing & skin conditioning, but also for its detoxifying, healing, and restoring properties.
Essential oils can easily be blended through the salt to make delightful blends for personal or professional use.
Since the time of Ancient Egyptians, various cultures and groups have visited the waters of the Dead Sea for therapy. These days it is also a popular spot for locals and tourists to relax in, especially when seeking relief from skin and rheumatic disorders.
The Dead Sea's unique waters have a total salt concentration that is ten times higher than normal ocean water. The composition of the brines is distinct, comprised mainly of magnesium, potassium and calcium chlorides, as well as a high level of bromides, making it an extremely therapeutic and soothing treatment for the whole body.
Dead Sea bath salts may provide relief from the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema by following a recommended six week regimen (1kg per bath, twenty minutes per bath, three times per week for six weeks).
How to use Dead Sea Salt
For a deep therapy bath, add 2-4 cups of salt into an average size bathtub and soak for around 20-30 minutes or as long as is comfortable & relaxing for you. Deep therapy baths should be done only a few times per month. Use hot water to aid in detoxification or warm water for maximum absorption of the salt’s nutrients. The detoxification process will pull moisture from your body as it eliminates toxins, so be sure to drink plenty of water to re-hydrate yourself while following a bath salt routine.
For everyday bathing, add approximately 1-2 cups of salt into an average size bathtub and follow the same instructions as above. Everyday baths are just as the name suggests – you can enjoy them as often as you would like! For added benefits and enjoyment, try mixing your sea salt with therapeutic oil.
For localised skin inflammatory symptoms create a body wrap by dissolving approximately ¾ cup of salt in 10 litres of warm water. Once fully dissolved, saturate a small to medium sized towel with the salted water. Cover the affected area of skin with the towel for 20 minutes. Rinse with water after use. Repeat 3 times per week for 2-4 weeks. After symptoms subside reduce to maintenance levels – approximately once per week.
Please be aware that Dead Sea salt is prone to absorbing moisture from the air. Be sure to store your salts in an airtight container to avoid clumping.
The processing of this salt involves removing any unwanted foreign materials leaving only pure,unadulterated salt. It does not contain any additives, including but not limited to: anti-caking agents, free flowing agents, or conditioners.
The raw materials used are not of animal origin. The processing and packing material which is used during production, repacking, or filling of the salt does not make contact with meat products.
This salt conforms to the following standards: OU Kosher / Pareve Certified / HACCP / GMP Standards / Codex Standard Compliant for food grade salt.
This salt is processed in an allergen free facility. This salt does not contain any known allergens or specific components. Salt does not contain Melamine.
The salt does not contain any genetically modified organisms (GMO) and genetic engineering is not applied during the production process.
This Dead Sea salt comes from the southern end of the Dead Sea near Bokek beach. The salts are sourced from a company that is a member of SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) who are committed to ethical sourcing. They have carefully built a network of FDA-registered suppliers around the world who are committed to caring for the environment where our salts are sourced and hold those suppliers to strict standards of ethical practices.