Lavender Epsom Bath Salts carry many benefits beyond looking beautiful and smelling gorgeous.
Regardless of lavender benefits, lets talk about Epsom salts today.
Epsom salt isn't the stuff you add into your food. It is called a salt because of its chemical structure. The scientific name and elemental compositions is Magnesium Sulfate. The "Epsom" is named by where is found, a natural mineral springs in the town of Epsom, in England.
Tips of Using Lavender Epsom Bath Salts
Ease Stress and Relax the Body
3-5 tablespoons of bath salts into a hot running bath, and soak the entire body for 20-30 minutes.
Muscle Pain Relief
Add 3 tablespoons of bath salts into a warm foot-bath and soak your feet for 14-20 minutes. It will help you to relax the muscles and reduce tension, pain and inflammation in joints.
Smoothing Your Skin
Mix 2 tablespoons of bath salts with your favorite body wash. Gently massage the mixture over any rough patches of the body, such as knees, elbows, or feet, for smoothing your skin.
Things You Never Heard About Epsom Salts...
Epsom salts is becoming an increasingly common supplement for racing horses. Soak its legs in a bucket of warm water with a cup of Epsom salts. This will help the horse to reduce the appearance of windgalls and inflammation around a strained tendon or ligament.