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What are the Best Bath Salts & Bubble Bath Brands?
How To Use Bath Salts?
Bath salts, sometimes referred to as bath soaks, are usually made from either sea salt or magnesium sulfate (Epsom salt). Bath salts dissolve when added to warm bath water and may be beneficial to soak in. Bath salts with comforting scents added to them can be a great way to promote relaxation. If you are looking for a new self-care ritual, consider using bath salts. Lavender bath salts are a popular choice that may help reduce your stress, so you can feel calmer and more relaxed. Bath salts can also be very useful for helping to soothe sore muscles. Dissolve up to 2 cups of bath salts in a tub of warm water to help relax tense muscles and reduce inflammation.
What Is Epsom Salt?
Epsom salt is the common name for magnesium sulfate. Epsom salt is most often used in baths. While there is only limited scientific evidence, many bloggers report that Epsom salt baths have many benefits, including helping to soothe tired, achy muscles after intense exercise or due to arthritis; helping to reduce skin inflammation due to conditions like eczema or athlete's foot; and helping to promote relaxation when used in combination with aromatherapy scents like lavender or eucalyptus. If you don't have a full tub, you can try an Epsom salt foot bath. Epsom salt benefits for a foot soak may include relief from itching or discomfort due to athlete's foot or toenail fungus; relief from foot discomfort or inflammation, and a reduction in foot odor. Epsom salt baths and foot soaks are typically safe for most people, but check with your doctor if you have kidney problems or low blood pressure.
What Is a Bath Bomb?
While bath salts have been around for ages, bath bombs are a newer invention. Bath bombs are made with sodium bicarbonate and a variety of oils, fragrances, colorants, and additives like flower petals and glitter that are all tightly packed together into a spherical shape. When tossed into a tub full of water, the sodium bicarbonate in the bath bomb will cause it to break apart, releasing the salts, oils, scents, and colorants into the tub so that your bathwater becomes brightly colored and scented. Bath bombs are also typically filled with skin conditioning ingredients and special additives, like glitter, that may also be released into your bath. It is important to know that for anyone with sensitive skin, some of the ingredients in bath bombs may be irritating. The dyes used may also stain your tub. However, many people find the sensory experience of bath bombs that color and scent your warm bath to be relaxing and beneficial. If you're new to bath bombs, consider purchasing a brand that keeps artificial colors, dyes, and irritating ingredients to a minimum until you know how your skin will react. You may also want to do a quick skin test on your wrist or ankle before fully submerging your body in your bath.