Epsom salt is a magnesium-based “salt” rather than a traditional sodium-based salt. It is chemically known as magnesium sulfate and is an easy and inexpensive source of magnesium.

Research shows that many people lack this important mineral due to magnesium levels declining in our food and environment. Using Epsom salt around the house and in beauty treatments is one easy way to improve magnesium levels.

Epsom salt will make you feel healthy and beautiful and you do not have to go to expensive beauty salons. Check these inexpensive and amazing tips:

1. Soak

Enjoy Epsom salt body soaks more often for a healthier and well-hydrated skin. Dissolve 2 cups of Epsom salt in your bathtub and soak in for 12 minutes. Enjoy such baths three times a week.

2. Summer skin protection

Too much tanning can make your skin dry, and apply sunscreen on your burns is not that easy. Experts recommend exfoliating the skin after a day in the sun, and every time before you go outside.

Epsom salt shower solution works amazing. Combine 4 ounces of Epsom salt and 4 ounces of coffee grounds. Add a teaspoon of eucalyptus and sesame oil. Stir well. Apply the paste before you take a shower, and rinse.

3. Soothe sore muscles

Epsom salt can help you relieve sore muscles after every hard workout. Dissolve a teaspoon of salt into a cup of hot water. Keep the solution in your fridge for 20 minutes. This remedy will provide strong muscle-relaxing properties. Wash and pat dry the affected area before you apply the solution.

4. Poison ivy relief

Next time you choose to enjoy the wilderness, make sure you have some Epsom salt compress on hand. Poison ivy rashes are common in those who like long walks in the woods.

Soak a cotton washcloth in an Epsom salt solution. To make the solution combine 2 tablespoons and a cup of water. Apply the cloth directly to the area you want to treat. This will relieve any irritation and swelling.

5. Face care treatment

Epsom salt has amazing exfoliating properties. Use it to clean clogged pores thoroughly. Add half a teaspoon of Epsom salt to your face cleansing cream for better results. Apply it to the skin, rinse with cold water, and pat dry.

 

 

6. Bee stings

Epsom salt compress can be used in the method of bee stings. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties. Combine 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt and a cup of cold water. Soak a cotton washcloth in the solution and apply it to the affected area. In cases of severe swelling or heavy breathing seek for medical help immediately.

7. Bath salt

After trying this, you will never buy expensive bath salt again. You can make your own crystals! Combine 2 cups of Epsom salt, a few drops of food coloring and a few drops of fragrance; eucalyptus and vanilla work amazing. Enjoy!

8. Sunburns

Aloe vera is amazing, but some people find it hard to handle. Epsom salt can help you treat mild sunburn irritation, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. Dissolve 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt in a cup of water. Keep the solution in a spray bottle and use it whenever you need it.

9. Sleep tight

Epsom can soothe your skin and relax your muscles. This is great for those who have trouble falling asleep. Soak in a warm Epsom salt bath before you go to bed and enjoy a good night’s sleep.

10. Hair volumizer

Are you struggling with greasy hair and chemical-loaded hair care products? You are doing it wrong! All you have to do is add some Epsom salt to your conditioner.

Your hair will be super smooth and straight. Make your own hair volumizer: mix equal parts of Epsom salt and hair conditioner. Apply it on your hair and leave it on for 20 minutes. Do the treatment once a week.

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Epsom salt is a magnesium-based “salt” rather than a traditional sodium-based salt. It is chemically known as magnesium sulfate and is an easy and inexpensive source of magnesium. Research shows that many people lack this important mineral due to magnesium levels declining in our food and environment. Using Epsom salt...