Spirulina, Eucalyptus, Epsom Salts, Sodium Bicarbonate - 8 fizzez approx 120g Glass refillable jar
Great after a long day with tired legs, muscles, and in need of a breath of fresh air. Let fizz into a hot bath and enjoy the topical and aromatherapy benefits, to smooth skin, soothe muscles, and open your inspiration for mind and body. Keep in a cool dry place.
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Spirulina is a blue-green algae, and is believed to be one of the oldest life forms on Earth. Used by the Mayas and Aztecs as an endurance-booster, spirulina is considered a superfood — an all-in-one source of nutrients including a high protein and vitamin content, which makes it an excellent facilitator of faster cell turnover that helps skin heal. It wards off pollution and eliminates toxins from the skin to increase skin metabolism. It also prevents candida overgrowth that can cause acne breakouts is rich in antioxidants that neutralize free radicals and other toxins that cause premature signs of aging
Eucalyptus The ancient Mayan use of the eucalyptus tree is well known. However, the medicinal practices of the Mayan people are passed as oral tradition from one generation to the next, and eucalyptus is certainly used by today’s Mayan healers. Eucalyptus was used for skin infections, arthritis, bronchial infections, asthma, pneumonia, and lice infestations. It has been found to boost skin ceramide production, has a water-holding capacity, and is a skin barrier protection. Massaging eucalyptus oil on the skin also helps relieve pain and stress because of its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a great deal for sprained tendons and ligaments, rheumatism, stiff muscles, fibrosis, aches, and nerve pain. Using a eucalyptus bath bomb can effectively relieve your muscle pains and soothe your respiratory system. Eucalyptus relieves mental fogginess and helps uplift one’s mood, which makes it an effective remedy for stress and mental exhaustion. Eucalyptus can also aid in increasing blood flow throughout the body which then leads to more oxygen supply for the brain. The increased oxygen to the brain helps improve mental acuity and alertness
Coconut Not only is coconut is great in a Pina Colada facing on your macrame hammock facing the beach (nice huh?), but it also has great benefits for the skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria. The perfume will whisk you away to your last sandy beach vacation. Widely used in the Mayan tradition, or with shamans for cleansing rituals and divine offerings, It is said that only when the nut is smashed away one can taste the sweet untouched nectar of spiritual purity and bliss.
Epsom salt Used in bathwater or scrubs, it can soften rough, dry skin, and exfoliate dead skin cells. It may also soothe skin affected by skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Many people use Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) topically to soothe aching muscles, relieve tension, remove toxins, exfoliate, remove odors, and treat skin conditions like acne. The high magnesium content of Epsom salt is excellent for reducing stress in the mind and body. Once absorbed, magnesium aids with the conversion of tryptophan, an amino acid, to the neurotransmitter serotonin, which conveys sensations of satisfaction and relaxation. Magnesium is also a key player in the production of energy in cells, so by increasing levels in the body, it can make you feel more revitalized.
Sodium Bicarbonate – a great household multipurpose ingredient used by Abuelitas everywhere! Among others, it adds glow to the skin, tightens pores, mattifies, exfoliates, has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties (aka rids smelly sweat), helps control your perspiration levels by absorbing any excess moisture and by managing the pH of your skin.