I'm not sure I've met an adult that didn't have sore muscles, aches and/or pains. Whether your job requires you to sit at a computer all day, you are a professional athlete, or you chase around a toddler all day long, you hurt somewhere or some how. This muscle relief bath soak is uh-maze-ing and is a perfect all-natural solution. Made with 100% pure therapeutic grade peppermint essential oil (actual oil from peppermint leaves), this will actually make the water feel hot and cold at the same time. You get that cooling feeling your muscles need, but also get it while soaking in warm water, making it feel hot and cold at the same time. For sore or inflamed muscles, moist heat (bath or hot tub) is always better than dry heat (heating pad). To allow yourself to take a 10-15 minute bath a few times per week, you are REALLY going to start to see some improvement with this bath soak. Peppermint is also known to help promote circulation in the body, reduce swelling and inflammation and even help with headaches. It is also an antispasmodic, which is another great feature of a muscle soak. The peppermint plus the other salt ingredients makes for a very detoxifying blend that also restores minerals back into the body - all important features for sore muscles. They key is here to not use too much. We suggest starting with 1/4 cup first, or even a tad less if you don't want too much of the cooling feeling.
INGREDIENTS: dead sea salt, epsom salt, baking soda, 100% pure therapeutic grade peppermint essential oil, American red clay.
USE: scoop out 1/4 to 1/2 cup of salt into a warm bath. Let dissolve, then take a nice bath we can all be jealous of! You only need to stay in the bath for 10-15 minutes to get the positive effects.
WARNINGS: Bath soaks and detoxes are meant for adults. Please drink a lot of water before and after your bath. Do not make water hot - it should be warm. If you begin to feel too hot you need to cool off by either getting out of the bath or by sitting up to allow some of your skin to be out of the bath water. If you get too hot, that is an indication that the water is too hot - you can let it cool off some and then get back in.