Epsom Salt (in a range of sizes)
Use these salts in the bath with a few drops of essential oils to revive and relax tired aching muscles. Great when used after sports or exercise.
Instructions for use:
Dissolve the salts in a warm bath of 38-40 degrees. For skin health and well being add half to one cup (approximately 100g-250g) to your bath, to help soften and soothe dry and itchy skin. Then relax and soak for 25 minutes.
Foot bath instructions:
Dissolve half to two cups (100g-500g) of salt in a warm 5 litre foot bath of approximately 38 degrees. Then relax and soak your feet up for up to 20-25 minutes.
Please note, the image is for illustration only and the salt will be supplied in a bag and does not include the container.
For external use only.
Do not apply to skin undiluted.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Do not use on children, when pregnant, or while on medication.
Keep out of reach from children.
Do not use essential oils instead of seeing a doctor for medical advice.
If an allergic reaction occurs wash the oil off with soap and water then seek medical advice.
Patch test before use.
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Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts that can pose serious health risks if not used properly. Many essential oils have toxic properties that can cause skin irritation, respiratory problems, and even death.
It is important to consult the SDS for any essential oil before using it. The SDS will provide information on the proper handling and storage of the oil, as well as the potential health hazards associated with exposure to it.
When working with essential oils, always follow the safety precautions listed on the SDS. These precautions will help to protect you from the potential health hazards associated with exposure to essential oils.
If you have any questions about the safety of essential oil, consult a qualified aromatherapist or doctor before using it or contact us directly and see if we can help.
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