This specially formulated powdered blend of Pacific Ocean and Himalayan Pink Sea Salt naturally combats breakouts without over-drying or irritating skin. While you soak, sodium chloride deeply cleanses and exfoliates clogged pores. Existing blemishes can heal more quickly and emerging breakouts are brought to the surface and flushed out. Essential sea minerals including potassium, magnesium and calcium work to tone, soften and smooth out skin while minimizing redness and balancing moisture. With regular use this cycle repeats and skin is returned to its most natural state.
+ Made in small batches with TLC by the clariSEA Crew.
+ 100% Natural.
+ Vegan, Cruelty Free & Leaping Bunny Certified.
+ Fragrance Free.
This is the product that started it all. It seems silly to say that we "developed" this soak since it's a mixture of sea salts, but it did take years of testing out different types of sea salts and mixtures and a lot of close skin examinations to find the best brew. I don't take as many baths as I used to, but when I want to "reset" my skin, get a more fresh faced youthful glow and really draw everything out of my pores, I soak in these salts. It's especially useful if you have been wearing a lot of makeup, have a lot of sun block built up in your pores or just feel like your skin needs a major detox. Happy soaking!
How To Use:
Face + Body Bath Soaks: Dissolve 1 cup salt in LUKEWARM bath water (below 92°F). Soak face for at least 5 minutes taking breaths in comfortable intervals. Soak body for at least 10 minutes. For maximum skin clarity, exfoliate with the Purifying Cleanser or some wet Sea Salt while soaking and repeat three times weekly. Rinse thoroughly with cool water. Use ear plugs when soaking face to avoid swimmer's ear.
Face Soaks in Bowl: Dissolve 2 tablespoons Sea Salt in every 36 ounces of LUKEWARM water (below 92°F). Soak face for a total of 2 minutes, taking breaths in comfortable intervals. Rinse thoroughly with cool water. For maximum skin clarity use Sea Salt Solutions Purifying Facial Cleanser or wet Sea Salt halfway through soak and repeat three times weekly. If redness occurs, decrease amount of Sea Salt.