|Highest EWG:||2||Made in USA:||65%||Sustainable:||98%|
|Vegan Friendly:||100%||Certified Organic:||0%|
A hand selected variety of skin loving botanicals and mineral rich salts for a unique, luxurious soaking experience
- SPA LUXURY bath soak with skin pampering minerals in Himalayan Pink Salt and Pacific Ocean Sea Salt
- Treat yourself to a feast of fragrance and flowers
- A masculine fragrance that echoes fresh cut trees
The scent of fresh cut trees, this deeply woodsy fragrance is grounding and energizing at the same time. It is a blend that is completely masculine. If you love to be reminded of the clean, simple nature of trees, this scent will make you smile all day long.
Using Botanical Bath Salts
This combination of exotic salts and botanical herbs is a plant powered soak and bath tea in one. Bath salts are a great way to refresh, relax, and pamper yourself.
The fragrance is very woody and slightly earthy and smells exactly like your local home improvement store lumber aisle. Cedar is aromatic and intoxicating to the senses, but has a calming quality. It assists with meditation and dreams. Where the pines in this blend have a elevated camphorous note to them, cedar has more of the nature of the forest floor in it.
Not only is this great smelling blend a fantastic cleaner, its stimulating properties bring out that healthy, outdoorsy glow.
Treat yourself to the luxury of a flower filled bath, scented with your favorite fragrance. Filled with mineral rich Himalayan Pink Salts and Dead Sea Salts, you can have a sophisticated spa treat at any time.
Himalayan Pink Salt, Epsom Salts (Magnesium Sulfate), Sea Salt, Fragrance (Cedarwood (Cedrus Virginiana) Oil AND Scotch Pine (Pinus Sylvestris) Oil AND Fir Needle (Abies Alba) Oil), Rose Petals and Flowers*, Lavender Flowers*, Chamomile Flowers*, Jasmine Flowers.*Organic Ingredient
About the IngredientsMineral salts have been used for soaking for centuries. People traveled to experience the mineral waters of different areas of the world. We selected the most mineral rich salts possible, added some skin loving flowers, and scented it with all your favorite fragrances for a luxury bath experience.
|Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salts)||What It Is: Granular crystals that dissolve easily in water.|
How It's Used: Added to Bath Bombs for softening the bath water.
How It's Made: Although Magnesium Sulfate does occur in nature (notably in Epsom, England), Epsom Salts are typically synthesized for commercial use, since purification of the naturally occurring salts would require more processing and chemical treatment than is practical.
|Sodium Chloride (Himalayan Pink Salt)||What It Is: A pink granular solid, Himalayan Pink Salt is mined from a specific plateau in Punjab India at the foot of the Himalayan mountains. It is valued for the unique blend of minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium & calcium, specific to the region.|
How It's Used: Adds color to finished bath and body products and softens water.
How It's Made: Similar to table salt, Himalayan Pink Salt is refined to remove impurities after mining.
|Sodium Chloride (Pacific Sea Salt)||What It Is: A crystalline solid that can be granular or chunky,it is free of anti caking agents and other additives, and is approved to be used in Certified Organic products.|
How It's Used: Added to bath bombs and bath salts to soften water.
How It's Made: Harvested from drying pools of water drawn from the Pacific Ocean, Pacific Sea Salt is cleaned of impurities using a proprietary method.
|Juniperus Virginiana (Cedarwood) Oil||What It Is: Cedar is aromatic and intoxicating to the senses, but very woody and slightly earthy. Where pines have a elevated camphorous note to them, cedar has more of the nature of the forest floor in it. In aromatherapy, it has a calming quality and assists with meditation and dreams. The species is found worldwide and is the most often referenced tree in the Bible.|
How It's Used: Cedarwood is a skin toner and clarifier.
How It's Made: Steam distilled from the sawdust and wood chips of the red cedar tree. Cedars are native to North America and grow over 100ft!
|Pinus Sylvestris (Pine) Needle Oil||What It Is: Also called Scotch Pine, this strong fresh pine has an unmistakable sweet top note. In aromatherapy, it is spritually and emotionally clearing, and is good for sweeping away both fatigue and negativity.|
How It's Used: Scotch Pine energizes and detoxifies the skin.
How It's Made: Steam distilled from the needles of the Scotch Pine tree.
|Abies Siberica (Fir Needle) Oil||What It Is: Less medicinal than other pine oils, Siberian Fir is an expansive outdoorsy scent, fresh with pine forest and slightly earthy. In aromatherapy, this oil is calming and grounding.|
How It's Used: It is a skin cleanser and clarifier.
How It's Made: Steam distilled from the needles of the Siberian Fir tree.
|Matricaria Recutita (German Chamomile) Flower Powder||What It Is: Pale yellow dried flowers.|
How It's Used: Adds botanical decoration to bath bombs. The plant is known for its soothing properties in skin care.
How It's Made: Chamomile Flowers are harvested and cut, then the flowering parts of the plant are separated from the stalks. They are then dried and packaged.
|Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flowers||What It Is: Tiny green and purple dried flowers.|
How It's Used: Adds botanical decoration to bath bombs.
How It's Made: Lavender plants are harvested and cut, then the flowering parts of the plant are separated from the stalks. They are then dried and packaged.
|Jasminum Odoratissimum Flowers||What It Is: Cream and white flowering parts of this Asian shrub that is part of the olive family.|
How It's Used: Jasmine Flowers are used for decorating bath bombs and bath salts. The delicate fragrance of these flowers is prized around the world.
How It's Made: Jasmine plants are harvested and cut, then the flowering parts of the plant are separated from the stalks. They are then dried and packaged.
Fill the tub with warm water. Sprinkle bath salts in water. Use up to 1/2 cup per bath. Enter tub and enjoy for up to one hour.