Food and cosmetic use
Our high quality sea salt is great for both food and cosmetic use. Available in both coarse and fine grinds, this all natural, solar evaporated sea salt makes the perfect scrub, bath salt, or addition to your custom formulated bath blends. Our sea salt is gathered from the Pacific Ocean on the West Coast of North America.
Enjoy a truly euphoric bathing experience by combining these all-natural salts with dried herbs, flowers, and essential oils. Salt is vital to good health, and is required by the human body in order to function properly. Sodium functions as an electrolyte, and assists with regulating the electrical charges within our cells. Chloride supports potassium absorption, enhances carbon dioxide transportation, regulates body fluid levels, and is an essential component of digestive acids.
Today salt is universally available, but historically this was not the case. In the past, salt was used as a method of food preservation, flavoring agent, in pottery, religious rituals, and for medicinal and nutritional properties. It has served as money at various times and places, been the objective of major explorations, and it has caused bitter warfare. Salt has been used all around the world by many different cultures. Documents have even been recovered in China from 2700 BC that discuss over 40 types of salt and their extraction methods, which are very similar to the processes still used. Presently, salt comes either from salt mines or the sea. Most of today’s salt is mined from large deposits left by dried salt lakes throughout the world.
There are few things more satisfying as a therapeutic soak with sea salt. At one time, high grade sea salts were only available at spas or in expensive bath care products, but now they are more widely available at affordable prices. Our salt is wonderful for softening and rejuvenating the skin, is a great exfoliant for sloughing away dry skin cells, relaxes muscular aches, pains, sunburns, rashes, and irritated skin. Sea salt is a perfect choice for those who wish to make their own bath salts, salt scrubs, therapeutic treatments, and it’s commonly used to make bath bombs, bath teas, soap making and in deodorant. Our sea salts have a low moisture content which helps them to absorb fragrances and essential oils.
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