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imphephoskin bath salt: feel cleansed, uplifted and energised!

by | Feb 19, 2023 | Products | 0 comments

Made with Namibian salt, epsom salt and African bentonite clay. Our imphephoskin™️ bath salt is a cleansing and energy uplifting blend of a natural essential oil like earthy cedarwood and crushed chamomile flowers. 

A unique botanical wonder locally known as Imphepho (a South African indigenous sage) with long-standing traditional uses to treat skin inflammation. Together, all these ingredients add amazing rejuvenating effects. You will definitely be feel cleansed, uplifted and energised after soaking in our blend.

Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of our imphephoskin™️ bath salt ingredients:

🤎 Epsom salt 

Relieves stress, eliminates aches and pains, Relieve muscle strain and cramps and provides better quality of sleep due to its high magnesium content.

🤎 Namibian salt

Namibia has one of the purest salts in the world. It exfoliates your skin, removing the outermost layer of dead skin to soften and hydrate. 

🤎African bentonite clay

Works like a sponge on your skin by absorbing dirt and oil, like sebum. Too much sebum can lead to acne. The clay is gentle on the skin and draws out toxins and impurities.

🤎 Cedarwood essential oil 

Has a soothing and balancing effect. There are many factors that knock our skin off balance and cedarwood oil can help soothe and calm irritated skin. 

🤎 Chamomile flowers 

Contains powerful antioxidants that which can help reduce signs of aging by protecting the skin from free radical damage.

🤎 Imphepho (helichrysum petiolare)

Has anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antibacterial properties that are useful in healing skin. Ancient uses of wound healing, pimples, scars and other skin ailment issues. In the South African culture, Imphepho has a strong-standing benefit to rid-off negative energy. 

Shop your imphephoskin bath salt today and experience an instant burst of purity and rejuvenation.


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