Hemp Oil & Dead Sea Bath Salts


Enjoy an uplifting experience when you soak in a bath tub full of my magnesium & Dead Sea salt bath salts infused with hemp oil.

We all know the benefits of magnesium and it’s effects on aches and pains but when you add Dead Sea salt & hemp oil, be prepared for an experience like no other.



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Benefits of Magnesium:

Soothe the skin: Epsom salt bathwater may soften rough, dry skin, and exfoliate dead skin cells. It is a good idea to consult with your doctor before taking Epsom salt if you have a skin disorder, as it might make the symptoms worse.

Reduce soreness and pain. An Epsom salt bath may alleviate pain and reduce swelling in people living with certain types of inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout, and psoriatic arthritis. Low levels of magnesium has been known to relieve pain in people with arthritis. Epsom salt contains magnesium and can help the body to get rid of toxins that cause inflammation while also reducing swelling.

Reduce stress. Good magnesium levels may improve the brain neurotransmitters responsible for promoting sleep and reducing stress. Magnesium may also activate melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone. People who feel stressed and overwhelmed may benefit from taking an Epsom salt bath. Some research has found that people who suffer from mental and physical stress benefit from the management of their magnesium levels. While the study looked at oral supplements, Epsom salt may have a similar effect. Taking a warm bath can also help a person relax by allowing them to release muscle tension and recuperate after a long day.

Benefits of Dead Sea salt:

Dead sea salt reduces and soothes skin inflammation such as acne inflammation and inflammation associated with sunburns, eczema & psoriasis patches as well as atopic dry skin. Use a little in a warm bath to help naturally heal skin inflammation.

Dead Sea Salt contains 10X more minerals than normal sea salts. Minerals that can help cleanse, detoxify and restore the health structure to the body, particularly to the skin and muscles. These are just some of the minerals that Dead Sea Salt include:

Magnesium – Magnesium is great for detoxifying and cleaning the epidermis. It promotes cell metabolism and, in turn , helps to repair damaged or inflamed skin.
Calcium-Calcium also promotes skin growth and regeneration, moisture retention through sebum production and stimulates the development of antioxidants.
Sodium-Sodium helps cleanse and exfoliate the skin, neutralises free radicals that can degenerate the skin cells, and relieves sore muscles.
Zinc-Zinc also helps to repair and rejuvenate the skin, to prevent acne, and to protect the lipids and fibroblast cells of the skin that make up collagen.
Potassium-Potassium is perfect for keeping the skin hydrated and plump, and for reducing overall puffiness.
Sulphur-Sulphur helps to revitalise pores. It also has strong and powerful healing, anti-fungal, antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Benefits of Hemp Oil

Hemp oil is good for most skin types because it can hydrate without clogging the pores. It may also help to stabilise oily skin, hydrate it and control the oil content of the skin.

Dryness can also cause the skin to over-produce oil, which in effect can worsen acne. Hemp oil can alleviate dry skin with no clogging of pores. It helps in reducing acne caused by excess oil.

One of the omega-6 fatty acids that hemp oil contains is gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which serves as a strong anti-inflammatory agent while at the same time promoting skin growth and new generation of cells.

This may help to relieve inflammation and discomfort of the skin, including acne and some conditions such as psoriasis, while keeping the skin nourished and moisturised.


Magnesium Sulphate
Pink Himalayan Salt
Dead Sea Salt
Hempseed Oil

How to use:

Add 1/2-1 cup of salts into a warm to hot bath and soak for approximately 20

Detailed information resourced from: healthline.com