Salt soap is sometimes called Spa Soap because of how you feel while using it, as well as the luxurious benefits that it gives to the skin. It never hurts to treat yourself once in a while, especially when it comes to improving your skincare.
Inspired by the salty summer breeze, this fresh-smelling Spa Sea Salt Soap cleanses and soothes hands with its hydrating blend of minerals, oils and other extracts.
Sea salt is also produced on a much smaller scale and by ancient, skilled techniques. Artisan salt that is still, to this day, produced by old-fashioned methods make this salt light and flaky.
They are called spa soap bars for a reason!
It is exfoliating.
The salt is at a trace level and nicely exfoliates the skin. Enough of the salt helps by removing dead skin cells and leaving your skin feeling more youthful and glowing.
It help balance natural oils.
Sea Salt Soap bars are formulated differently to prevent crumbling because of the salt. This insures that they have a higher fatty content. Thus, skin is not stripped, but gently exfoliated and nourished at the same time.
It is detoxing.
Sea Salts help to draw impurities from the skin, such as skin mites and bacteria making it a wonderfully detoxing part of your skin routine that doesn’t require a salt bath to accomplish.
It is NOT drying to the skin.
Many people who have not used salt bars think that they will dry the skin because of the salt content. Because of the Coconut oil and Goat Milk, Spa Sea Salt adds moisturizers to prevent one's skin from drying out.
It can reduce acne.
Some people have seen amazing results with their acne after switching to a natural salt bar. Because of the gentle exfoliating effect, detoxing factors, and oil reduction, acne and blackheads can be diminished with continued use.
It has a creamy lather.
Much like milled soap, Spa Sea Salt is created differently from most soaps, thereby creating a creamy lather rather than a big bubbles. This gives a luxurious spa-like feeling as you wash your face and body.
It has Minerals for the skin.
Sea Salt contains many minerals, primarily magnesium, potassium, iodine, calcium, and zinc. These minerals all have positive effects on the skin.
Sea Salt accounts for about 3.5 percent of the world's oceans. It is naturally produced when shallow ponds and bays dry up in the sun and the wind and large salt crystals are left behind where the salty water once was. When producing sea salt on an industrial scale, seawater is placed in large "concentrating ponds" to allow efficient evaporation from the sun and the wind. The manufacturing of sea salt can only be performed in areas with low rainfall in order for enough time to pass for evaporation. For this reason, sea salt is often produced in dry climates such as the Mediterranean and Australia.