The new crystals contain a blend of minerals and essential oils which, together, are intended to create a peaceful, pleasant aroma. The natural salts also can moisturize and revitalize the skin, with a number of different abrasive crystal add-ins that can exfoliate as well.
The new salts come in a variety of compositions with different herbal profiles, each blend with its own scent and mood-boosting formula. The salts are a part of Parlour of Wonders’ larger product line, which overall is meant to help people achieve inner and outer wellness simultaneously through relaxation and meditation.
Each salt is concocted to assist in a different kind of meditation, meant to leverage the vulnerability involved in bathing to help people move on from traumas or negative thoughts. While the bulk of this work relies on the intentions of the user, the salts are meant to create an environment of relaxation to help with this internal healing process.
The salt mixtures each come in three different sizes, with over 25 different blends available in the online store. Each contains a unique blend of botanicals and minerals; for example, the “Joie De Vivre” mix features allspice berries and essential oils extracted from the St. John’s wort plant, along with other ingredients.
The crystals have a number of recommended uses, including pour-over and foot baths as well as traditional tub bathing. Madame Pamita also recommends pouring some of the salts into one’s laundry in order to infuse the clothing with the pleasant and natural scent of the botanical blends.
The salts come in a small, medium, and large size, depending on the customer’s intended frequency of use and application of the product. The small size, for instance, is best for pour-over and foot bathing, as less salt is required. Larger sizes are best for those who, as Madame Pamita recommends, intend to bathe multiple days in a row.
To learn more, visit https://www.parlourofwonders.com/product-category/spiritual-bath-crystals
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