Dead Sea Salts
Natural Dead Sea salt with eucalyptus, lemon, lavender, and grapefruit oil. Bathing in mineral-rich salty water infused with a special selection of essential oils conditions your body and gets rid of any tiredness and stress. Harmonizes, purifies, and refreshes thebody and mind. It calms you down and makes relaxing in the bath a pleasurable experience. Recommended after intense physical activity. Restores the strength and wellbeing. Its thoroughly refreshing scent aromatizes the air.
DRY AND NORMAL SKIN
Dead Sea Salt
Obtained through evaporation of water from the Dead Sea. Bathing in water with Dead Sea salt revitalises tissues and deeply cleanses the skin, absorbing excess oil and removing dead skin cells. It also stimulates blood flow, speeds up the natural process of excreting toxins from the body, supports natural regeneration of the cells, regulates the skin’s hydration, and prevents premature aging. Dead Sea salt contains 8% sodium chloride, 53% magnesium chloride, and 37% potassium chloride, as well as smaller quantities of sodium, chromium, zinc, manganese, copper, iron, and others. In addition to the chlorides, as anions, this salt also contains bromides, iodides, sulfates, and carbonates.
Eucalyptus Leaf Oil
It comes from Australia and is obtained through the steam distillation of the eucalyptus tree leaves. Its scent is fresh, sharp, camphoric, and minty. Eucalyptus leaf oil is appreciated in the perfume and food industries. In cosmetics it is used to freshen the air and invigorate baths, while in aromatherapy it stimulates the tired mind and fights colds. It is also present in oral cavity care products, and in the pharmaceutical industry as an ingredient in disinfecting and warming preparations.
Obtained through the steam distillation of the flowering shrub of the officinalis variety (there are two other varieties that also give aromatic oils: lavandin and spike). The biggest lavender plantations are found in France and Bulgaria, but it is also grown in the Balkan Peninsula, Moldova, and Georgia. Lavender oil has a fresh, floral and herbal scent with a delicate fruity and woody note. It is one of the most popular ingredients in perfumes. It freshens the air and repels clothes moths. The therapeutic properties of lavender oil were first studied and described by a French chemist who gave aromatherapy its name, Maurice Rene Gatefosse. He discovered by accident that the oil was effectively healing his skin, which was burned when working in the lab. Additionally, lavender oil has calming properties, and can help treat depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Used and recommended for acne-prone skin, and to treat burns, scars, and stretch marks.
Maris Sal, Eucalyptus Globulus (Eucalyptus) Leaf Oil, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Limonene*, Linalool*
*ingredients of natural essential oils, potential allergens
Add to a bath.