Redmond Bath Salt is great for:
- Soothing Stiff, Sore & Aching Muscles
- Detoxification & Cleansing
- Improving Circulation
- Promoting Sound, Restful Sleep
- Remineralising the Body
How does Redmond Bath Salt promote better health?
Due to the abundance of natural trace minerals in our salt, Redmond Bath Salt provides healing properties for the skin and body. Toxins are released from the body into the bath water through osmosis, while trace minerals from the sea salt are absorbed through the skin.
Are there any additives in Redmond Bath Salt?
All of the minerals in Redmond Bath Salt are naturally occurring. Most bath salts on the market today have oils and fragrances added to them (which may cause allergic reactions) and often times leave an oily residue around the rim of the tub. This bath salt, on the other hand, is so natural, you can eat it!
How to use:
How much Redmond Bath Salt should I use?
Using 1/2 a cup of Redmond Bath Salt per bath can effectively draw out toxins and help remineralise the body. Some spa experts suggest using up to two cups of natural mineral salt per bath and soaking for 30 minutes.
Can I add my own essential oils to Redmond Bath Salt?
What makes Redmond Bath Salt unique to many bath salts on the market today, is the fact that it is a natural, unrefined product with no additives. It is difficult to find additive-free bath salts that are naturally loaded with trace minerals. While very effective without essential oils, some choose to customise their Redmond Bath Salt by adding drops of their favourite essential oils to the bath water.
Why is there reddish sediment in my tub after using Redmond Bath Salt?
In our Redmond Bath Salts you will find more than 60 natural trace minerals. The residue left on the floor of the tub comes from these natural minerals. The Redmond Bath Salt Plus will leave even more sediment than the Redmond Bath Salt, all of which can be washed safely down the drain.
For Maximum Effect:
The salt concentration has to be at least the same as the one of your body fluids (approximately 1%) to activate the osmotic exchange ratio. The formula for a 1% solution is 1.28 ounces of salt per gallon of water.
Since a full tub normally takes from 27 – 32 gallons of water, 2.5 pounds of natural salt is required.