Harvest Bath Salt Soak


Pumpkin spice season is here! Allow this aroma of heady spice and sweet vanilla bean to envelop the senses, creating a blanket which warms and comforts every inch of your being.

This calming herbal magnesium, pink Himalayan & French dead sea bath salt has many skincare benefits and is great for sore muscles, detox, relaxation and stress relief. Minerals and natural salts have been used in beauty recipes and for natural healing purposes for thousands of years. Dead sea salt contains over 21 minerals, including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, zinc and potassium. The salt stimulates circulation and can detoxify your body. Magnesium deficiency results in lower levels of fatty acids on the skin which reduces elasticity and moisture and creates the perfect condition for dryness and lack of tone. Taking a magnesium bath might aid with magnesium depletion and supply your skin with this vital mineral. Magnesium is also said to soothe sore muscles and further relaxation. Pollutants are known to cause skin problems such as eczema, acne, and hives. Activated charcoal detoxifies & helps remove all those irritants from your skin, helping ease breakouts and other skin problems.

Pumpkin seed oil is rich in antioxidants, fatty acids, and zinc, which deeply nourish and keep your skin firm. The zinc in pumpkin seed oil can also soothe acne and reduce excess oil. Cinnamon leaf essential oil is rich antioxidants that are helpful to prevent and remove free radicals from forming on your skin. The essential oil also helps skin cells to retain moisture, which will keep your skin hydrated. Nutmeg oil is a powerhouse of vitamins, trace minerals, and antioxidants, that nourish the skin. ginger is rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals. This essential oil also soothes inflammation and swelling and reduces skin redness; Clove essential oil is rich in potassium and vitamin C and an excellent skin-balancing oil. The oil’s antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties can help to reduce excess oil on your skin and reduce skin inflammation.

Long before acorns were considered good luck, they were associated with magic between two witches. When passing each other in the woods, witches would hand each other acorns to let one another know who they were and that they were safe in one another’s company. As a good luck symbol, acorns are said to protect one’s health. Carrying an acorn is believed to protect from illnesses, aches, and other pains. If you’re already ill, it is said to speed up the healing process and alleviate any pain. Pumpkins are one of the more resilient fruit, finding ways to grow large and bulging among sparse soil and sharing nutrients along a connected vine that reaches into the ground to replenish itself. For this reason, pumpkins have become symbols of prosperity, growth and abundance. Cedar is also called arbor vitae (Latin, “tree of life”). One of the things the Canada is known internationally for is the unbelievable old growth cedar. Abundant & glowing green, there are many areas where one can look up to the sky and see cedar almost touching the stars. Medicinal used for respiratory issues, anxiety, diabetes, insomnia & a disinfectant; magical used for protection, energy purifier, balance, healing, grounding. With putka pods, the fruits of the plant glochidion ferdinandi, which resemble pumpkins!

A little goes a long way, allow this aroma to bring the scent of the Harvest into your life. Limited edition, limited quantities available.

100% Vegan, synthetic and nut free, wildcrafted and sustainably sourced ingredients.

140ml in a compostable kraft paper lined bag

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magnesium, pink Himalayan & French dead sea salts, pumpkin seed oil, dried cedar leaf, acorns, cardamom, cloves, putka pods, copper eco glitter, activated charcoal, essential oils


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