Nature's Alchemy, Aromatherapy Herbal Mineral Baths, Sandalwood, 3 oz (85 g) (Discontinued Item)11 Reviews
0.24 lbs (0.11 kg)
- Product Code: NAL-15741
- UPC Code: 079565157412
- Package Quantity: 3 oz (85 g)
- Dimensions: 0.4 x 4.5 x 4.8 in, 0.2 lbs (0.09 kg)
- Transforming Human Life Through the Power of Nature
- Combining Pure Essential Oils Herbs and Ancient Sea Minerals
- All Natural
- Softens Skin
- 1-3 Bath Size
- Cruelty Free
- No Animal Testing
- No Artificial Ingredients
Specially sealed and packaged to preserve the potency of the Essential Oils and Phyto Technology Full Spectrum Herbal Extracts.
Conjuring up images of far-off lands and exotic fragrances, Sandalwood has long been prized for its calming, mind-clearing properties and unique skin-smoothing benefits. In the ancient Indian Ayurvedic tradition, Sandalwood is used as a cooling, soothing herb. The rich, evocative scent of these bath salts is attractive to both men and women. By combining herbal extracts with pure essential oils in our ancient sea mineral salts, Nature's Alchemy has created a natural, restorative blend to enrich your total bathing experience.
Our herbal extracts provide the ultimate in full spectrum Phyto-nutrients for the skin due to our exclusive Phyto Technologies extraction process. The ancient sea mineral salts provide a relaxing, soothing and invigorating base for the action of the herbal Phyto nutrients.
You can adjust the amount you use to suit your own individual needs. The package is sufficient for 1-3 baths depending on your personal requirements. Allow salts to dissolve. A small amount of mineral sediment is normal.
Ancient sea mineral salts, essential oil of Sandalwood.
We use only 100% pure essential oils. No synthetic fragrances, colors or binders used.
iHerb Customer Reviews
love the product really softens the skin and pulls impurities a very good product
This had a nice sandalwood aroma, I used half the packet - it says you can use it for 1-3 uses. It also did very well at relieving my sore muscles, perhaps that's the salts?