Dead Sea Salt Scrub
Why Salt Scrubs?
Coarse salt scrubs are good for removing dead skin like on your feet and elbows, and are the ideal treatment for skin detoxification. Since the salt granules work a little harder than the gentler sugar scrubs, salt scrubs are a good choice for where skin can get especially dry and calloused. However, balance is important, so after any salt scrub has been applied and washed off, apply a rich, moisturizing body butter, oil or cream to replenish the skin’s moisture. While salt scrubs are wonderful, they are abrasive, and they are not meant for daily use—once a week is all I would recommend unless you are putting that salt in your bath, where the detoxification properties would work really well internally too!
Perfect for Manicures, Pedicures and Exfoliation, an important process of removing old, dead skin and stimulating growth of healthy, soft skin.
How to Use
Put any desired amount of scrub in the palm of your hand. Pour melted Massage Candle Wax onto scrub and apply on skin for an ultimate exfoliating massage! Rinse with soap and warm water.
Add a few scoops of scrub to a warm bath for a nourishing soak.
Salt Scrub Article: Skin care expert Suki Kramer