Trade Name- Epsom salt or soaking salts.
Extraction- A rock mineral mined from natural sources
Shelf life- 4-5years
Notes- Stores well under most conditions, but high fluctuations in humidity will cause it to cake. A granular salt with a average size of 1-2 mm. Fully dispersible in water and blends well with oil.
Chloride- 93 ppm
Boron- 7.8 ppm
Magnesium Sulfate- 99 ppm
Iron- <20 ppm
Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate Heptahydrate) is a well known product used in bath salts for softening the skin and relaxing sore muscles. However, Epsom Salt also has a myriad of other cosmetic and medicinal uses. The Epsom Salt sold by Mountain Rose Herbs is of the highest therapeutic quality, and their coarse texture makes them easy to incorporate into baths and soaks.
Epsom Salt is mainly made up of magnesium and sulfates.
Unlike other salts, Epsom Salt does not leave the skin feeling dry. On the contrary, it leaves the skin with a soft and silky texture.
Add 2 cups of Epsom Salt to warm bathwater for a luxurious, relaxing, and soothing experience for the mind and body. While soaking, try massaging some of the salts over your skin, this will help to exfoliate and cleanse the skin. For sore feet, add ½ cup of Epsom Salt to a large pot of water. Essential oils, such as Lavender or Rosemary, may be added to enhance relaxation and medicinal effects. To make a compress, dissolve 2 cups of Epsom Salt in hot water, and use this mixture for your compress.
Do not use Epsom Salt internally, this product is intended for external use only.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.