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Alternate Uses Of Sea Salt

Sea salt is one of Earth’s natural ingredients and is also the gift that keeps on giving! Besides simply cooking with it, there are many alternative uses that may surprise you. You'll see that it can be used for just about anything, so have this product handy. Here are some of the best alternate uses of sea salt!

For Your Skin

Alternate Uses Of Sea Salt

After a stressful day or a tough workout, there's nothing better than soaking in a relaxing bath. Next time though, try adding a cup of sea salt with a few drops of almond, coconut, or another essential oil into the running water. Adding sea salt to a bath allows for the body to absorb less water, which reduces the pruning on your hands and feet and creates softer skin all around. Then, after showering or bathing, use sea salt as an exfoliate. Simply sprinkle some into your hand and then gently massage it into your skin in circular motions. This helps remove dead skin cells, improves circulation, and reduces the appearance of cellulite! Finally, rinse the scrub off with warm water, and you’re good to go.

For Your Face

Alternate Uses Of Sea Salt

Besides the skin on your body, there are many alternate uses of sea salt for your face. If you're looking for a natural product to use on oily skin, then mix some sea salt with distilled water. This solution when applied to your face helps to soak up excess oils, kills acne-casing bacteria, and dries out acne. You can create a sea salt face mask as well to treat sensitive or acne-prone skin. Just mix sea salt with honey to create a paste, apply it to clean skin for 15 minutes, and then rinse. Sea salt actually contains anti-inflammatory properties that help to sooth skin and calm breakouts and irritation. It also helps in balancing oil production and retaining hydration in the deeper layers of the skin. For some more TLC, apply sea salt as a lip scrub to moisturize dry or peeling lips. You're welcome! 

For Your Teeth

Alternate Uses Of Sea Salt

The alternate uses of sea salt doesn't stop there. We all strive to have pearly white teeth, however whitening treatments and over-the-counter products can be expensive. Lucky for you, sea salt offers a natural solution that will deliver results without breaking the bank. You can create your own whitening toothpaste by just combining sea salt with baking soda and water. The sea salt will assist in scraping food and stains from your teeth, but be sure to do this in moderation to avoid irritation. Additionally, you can use the same ingredients to create a natural mouth wash, adding a peppermint essential oil if you choose. Sea salt is a natural antiseptic that disinfects and kills the bacteria that causes bad breath and gingivitis, so just another plus!

For Your Hair & Nails

Alternate Uses Of Sea Salt

Back to some beauty benefits, we have many more alternate uses of sea salt in store for you. If you strive to achieve beach wavy hair, then create your own sea salt spray! This will save you money from buying a product, and save you from a trip to the beach. Just mix sea salt and water together and spritz freely until you get the result you desire. The same mixture can also be added directly to your scalp if you suffer from dandruff. Sea salt helps loosen and remove the dandruff flakes, while simultaneously disinfecting it and removing any excess oil and dirt. Alternatively, if you're in need of a healthy nail treatment, you're also in luck. Mixing sea salt with water, baking soda, and lemon juice, creates the perfect nail scrub. The ingredients will reduce any yellowing, stains, or breaks you have, revealing healthier-looking nails. How's that for DIY natural beauty products?

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-Gina