Canadian Arctic Salts

Canadian Arctic Salts

 

8oz: $11.95; 4oz: $5.95
 

Long before the Ice Age, much of the Northern part of Continental America was an ocean. As it receded, mineral deposits were left behind from evaporation in very select areas. Dating back 400 million years, these unusual deposits are mined nearly 3000ft below the ground in Canada’s far North.

The purity and concentration of minerals from these ancient sea salts, offer detoxifying benefits to the skin. Warm water opens our pores, allowing the minerals in your bath salts to deeply cleanse our skin. Bathing in a solution of warm water and bath salts will work to draw out impurities, pollution, oil and dirt from the skin. Bath salts can even bring you the added benefit of looking younger – regular use of bath salts and bathing has been shown to decrease the appearance of fine lines by plumping the skin and balancing moisture.

Bath salts, when used in their natural, pure form, contain many beneficial minerals and nutrients that keep your skin smooth, soft, and supple. Some of the minerals found in bath salts include magnesium, potassium, calcium, and of course, sodium. These minerals are easily absorbed into our pores and are known to cleanse and purify our skin on a molecular level, improving your skin’s radiance, tone, and texture. Magnesium is a natural skin toner, it helps nervous system and cell rejuvenation; calcium assists cell restructuring and improves moisture retention; potassium is an anti-bacterial, it improves oxidation, and balances moisture; and sodium has an astringent effect and assists the immune system.

As creative stylist, successful entrepreneur, and educator, the beauty industry has been Ida-Marie’s passion since she was 17. She has trained in New York, Toronto and Italy with some of the leading world stylists and her advanced education includes training with Vidal Sassoon, Sukis, Toni & Guy.

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