Dead Sea Bathing And Bath Salts

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Dead Sea Bathing And Bath Salts

Taking a bath is one of the best ways to relax nowadays, especially when you know how to make the most of bath salts. It has become increasingly known that bath salts can enhance your bath time experience. Among the most popular types is Dead Sea bath salt.

If you haven't already guessed, Dead Sea bath salt comes directly from the Dead Sea. However, what is it about the Dead Sea that makes this bath salt so special? Read on to find out.

The Wonders Of The Dead Sea 

In Israel, many locals and tourists take advantage of the wonderful benefits of bathing in the Dead Sea. Also known as the Salt Sea, it is a salt lake that borders Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories. It is incredibly rich in salts and minerals and is one of the world's saltiest bodies of water. In fact, it is so packed with them that it makes it near impossible not to float in the water. What's more, it is impossible for animals to live and flourish in it due to its high salinity.

The Dead Sea has been mentioned in the Bible as a place of refuge for King David. In a piece written for the MailOnline website, Naomi Coleman looks into the history of bathing in the Dead Sea and the research behind its health-improving properties.

Bringing The Dead Sea Into Your Bathtub

Of course, not everyone can travel to the Dead Sea and reap the benefits of bathing in it every day.  Luckily, Dead Sea bath salts are available on the market today. They have magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium, and they can calm you and rejuvenate the quality of your skin.

An Alternative: Pure Epsom Salt

You do not have to limit yourself to using Dead Sea bath salt. Epsom salt blends such as our Ancient Secret Bath Soak and Rejuvenate Bath Soak are equally beneficial. Drop by our online shop to see the complete range of products we offer.

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