TYPES OF BATH SALTS WE STOCK
AT N-ESSENTIALS, WE SELL MULTIPLE BULK BATH SALTS THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR NIGHT ROUTINE. OUR COLLECTION INCLUDES:
Himalayan salt is the result of tectonic pressure that has existed for over 800 million years at a depth of 5,000 feet below sea level. These mines are thought to contain ancient and original ocean components that have been preserved as raw salt.
Himalayan salt has a high mineral potency due to its long history of development and preservation underground. While regular salt is made up of sodium and chloride, this ancient variety of salt also contains iron, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium, among other elements. This mineral-rich combination makes Himalayan bath salts a great addition to your bathing routine.
Epsom Bath Salts
Epsom salt, also known as magnesium sulfate, is made by mining magnesium sulfate-rich ore, purifying it, creating a solution with water, evaporating the water to form crystals, separating the crystals, and drying them. It can also be produced synthetically by combining magnesium oxide or magnesium hydroxide with sulfuric acid. Soaking in a tub full of hot water with a couple of cups of Epsom salt is one of the simplest ways to relax after a long day and treat yourself.
HOW TO USE BATH SALTS
Baths have been around for millennia, but they're now much more than just a method to clean up. A hot soak is the perfect solution to a long day, creating a space for your mind and body to relax.
You can simply transform your tub into a spa-like experience with the wholesale bath salts Australia loves right here at N-essentials. If you want to integrate Himalayan or Epsom bath salts into your night routine, here’s how:
- Start by filling your bathtub with warm water at a comfortable temperature. Ensure that the water level is appropriate for your bath, and then add in your desired amount of bath salts.
- Gently swirl the water with your hand to help dissolve the bath salts, ensuring that the salts are evenly distributed in the water.
- Now it’s time to enjoy your bath! Use this time to read a book, listen to some soothing music or watch your favourite show.
- After soaking, you can choose to rinse off under a warm shower to remove any residual salt on your skin. However, rinsing is optional, and many people prefer to let the salts remain on their skin.
- When you're finished, gently pat yourself dry with a towel and moisturise.
If you have any skin conditions or are pregnant, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using bath salts. These salts are suitable for topical use. Do not ingest the bath salts.
OUR TOP BATH SALT MIXES
You don’t just have to enjoy bath salts on their own. We love mixing our bath salts with dried flowers and essential oils, which makes for a combination that looks and smells amazing.
You can also use bath salts to make bath bombs using essential oils, salts, colourants, dried flowers, and dried goods like sodium bicarb and citric acid. Watch your bath bomb fizz away and take your bathing experience to the next level.
We also love using bath salts for an array of exfoliators, including foot scrubs, body scrubs and facial scrubs. Be mindful of the salt granules you use, as coarser ones are not suitable for areas such as your face. Fine salt granules are perfect for this.
If you have any questions about buying bath salts or would like to discuss ordering in bulk quantity, feel free to contact us. Our friendly team prides itself on providing our valued customers with the best that nature has to offer.