Seaweed Salt Scrub

seaweed face salt scrub

Seaweed Facial Salt Scrub Jelly

"Salt signifies the desire of conjunction of truth with good, hence nothing but salt will conjoin water, which corresponds to truth, and oil, which corresponds to good." Swedenborg. 10.300

If you have ever used a salt scrub for removing dead surface skin and dirt you know how sensitive it can be, especially on the face, one wrong move and the skin could easily be scratched - not with this salt scrub.

The seaweed serum acts like a lubricating protective bubble around each salt crystal, which protects the skin while the salt conjoins to the oil to draw it deeply from the pores, leaving your skin soft and glowing - a natural circulatory stimulant. It is particularly effective for targeting problem skin areas such as the nose, where you might want to add additional salt for a second, and third scrubbing.

How to make:
Pour the ~ Read More: Order Book →. Apply to either wet or dry skin.

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 1/4 teaspoon (2.5 ml) ?
  • 1/8 teaspoon (1.25 ml) ?

Variations:
This salt scrub is safe for the face and around the eyes because it contains no essential oils or perfumes. If you want to add a drop or two of essential oil, feel free, but I would not recommend them be used on your face. This salt scrub also makes an excellent full-body scrub, but for longer treatments, you might want to use a cloth or sponge brush instead of your hands.

Tips:
Keep an extra saltshaker in the bathroom for a quick face scrub. ~ Read More: Order Book →


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