Bath Salts

Wild As The Wind make a beautiful range of very healing bath salts that are infused with very high grade essential oils.

They are directly available from Wild As The Wind at Winscombe and Bleadon Markets, and from a number of retailers including Brockley Stores, Scoop and Spice in Yatton and Winscombe and will soon be available in Bristol, Bath and Wells.

Learn About The Healing Properties Of Bath Salts

Bath salts, particularly those infused with high grade essential oils, like the ones from Wild As The Wind, are extremely curative and deeply relaxing. Each of the three salts used in our bath salt blends, Himalayan Rock Salt, Epsom Salt and Dead Sea Salt all have different healing properties, as do all of the essential oils.

To learn more about the healing properties of the Wild As The Wind bath salts click here.

If you received your bath salts as a gift

Congratulations, you have a very knowing and loving friend!

Decoding the labels

The retro hand-printed luggage labels are partially hand written in a shorthand as follows:

1 = Himalayan Rock Salt
2 = Dead Sea Salt
3 = Epsom Salt

The different essential oils are used individually with each pack of 1kg salts, (i.e. one oil per 1 x 1kg sack of salts).

L = Lavender
G = Geranium
YY = Ylang Ylang
CS = Clary Sage
F = Frankincense

So, in combination the following applies, for example:

1L = Lavender Scented Himalayan Rock Salt

2G = Geranium Scented Dead Sea Salt

3F = Frankincense Scented Epsom Salt

The basic healing properties of the salts are:

  • Dead Sea Salt (20+ minerals from a very ancient source – very curative for angry, red skin conditions)
  • Epsom Salt (essentially magnesium (sulphate), which is best absorbed trans-dermally, and which many of us are deficient in.)
  • Himalayan Rock Salt (84 minerals from a very ancient and pristine source)

Read the full healing benefits of the bath salts.

What you do when you remove the packaging

Bath salts are best stored in a glass jar, preferably with a glass lid. Salt can be corrosive to untreated metals, however, pickling jar lids are coated in a protective layer of plastic, so these are also ideal.

Use your natural muslin for making nut milks or for straining other liquids in the cooking and preserving process. Recycle the 100% degradable plastic bag.

Alternatively, use your muslin cloth as an exfoliating face cloth. Using a mildly abrasive cloth in the process of removing dead skin cells helps to increase the renewal rate of facial skin cells, which has a very anti-aging effect on the skin.

The quicker facial skin cells are renewed the more young-looking we remain.

How to use your bath salts

Place 100g to 200g of salts (approximately 1/10 to 1/5 of the 1kg bag of bath salts) into a hot bath, and then soak for a minimum of 20 minutes, or for up to an hour, to allow the salts the time to be absorbed by your body, and for the detoxifying action of the salts to work effectively.

Lie back and enjoy!

Why Our bath Salts Are Extremely Good Value

These heavily aromatic bath salts are hand blended and then hand wrapped with love. The label is hand printed and partially hand written before it is tied, by hand, to the bath salts to add the finishing touches.

The essential oils that the salts are infused with are of excellent quality. Over 75% of all essential oils being sold as being pure and natural are, in fact, adulterated. This means that they have been manipulated in some way (often in several ways), which can diminish or negate the oils healing properties. in a lot of cases the adulteration actually transforms a lovely healing oil into a toxic glob of nastiness that you don’t want to put anywhere near your skin.

Our skin is our largest organ, and things can be absorbed and can easily enter the bloodstream. It is, therefore, important to ensure that you only use health-giving oils in your skin and healthcare regimes.

How do our bath salts compare in price?

A quick scoot around the internet revealed these over-priced options… none of which are packaged in such a nice way as the Wild As The Wind bath salts.

Corinne Taylor Aromatherapy Bath Salts :: 70g for £22.00

Kiss The Moon Bedtime Bath Salts :: 400g for £20.00

Living Sea Bath Salts :: 400g for £18.00

Boots Dead Sea Bath Salts – unscented – boxed :: 1000g for £7.89

Superdrug Dead Sea Salts – unscented – plastic packet :: 1000g for £6.99

How much do the Wild As The Wind bath salts cost?

Even though we use the best quality ingredients, and despite the packaging being far superior to the alternatives, we retail our salts between £6.00 – £7.50.

Please note, we will soon be introducing an Epsom and Bicarbonate of Soda based salt blend which will be infused with a number of incredibly soothing and healing essential oils, including Benzoin and Geranium. This blend will be specifically created to help with conditions such as Psoriasis and Eczema. These salts will come in 1/2kg and 1kg sizes and the price will range between £5.00 and £9.50. These specialist salts will also be packaged within the beautiful muslin cloth.


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