Take an invigorating dip in the renewing waters of Alaska’s wild Pacific Ocean.
Like an exhilarating full-body plunge into the cold, moody-blue depths, the Deep Blue Sea Bath Soak lights up your senses and restores your body. Rich with marine nutrients from wild harvested kelp and Pacific sea salts, a Deep Blue Sea Soak will soften and refresh your skin.
Smells like: That first breath of fresh sea-salted air as you resurface from a skinny dipping swan dive.
Bull Kelp: Harvested by hand from coastal rocky shorelines in Southeast Alaska, wild kelp lends your skin a rich profile of marine nutrients and minerals that are known to support healthy cell turnover and collagen production. Kelp’s mucilaginous properties (what makes it feel so slippery) are soothing, protective, and emollient to your skin.
Mineral Salts: Epsom and Pacific sea salts soften your skin and supply essential minerals.
Full Ingredients: Epsom Salt, Pacific Sea Salt, Alaskan Bull Kelp, Peppermint*, Tapioca Starch, Jojoba Oil*, Vitamin E oil, Peppermint Oil*, Lavender Oil*
*Certified organic ingredient
How to use:
For the bath: Sprinkle a few handfuls into running bathwater and swirl gently to dissolve salts. Step in, soak, and feel incredible.
For a foot/hand soak: Add a handful to a bowl or tub of water. Try cold water for a cooling soak in the summer, and warm water to thaw cold feet and hands in winter. Soak and enjoy.
One 10 oz. tube can last anywhere between 1 and 4 soaks, depending on how much you like to add. Please compost your soak's cello bag and recycle the paperboard tube when you're finished to show mother nature some love.
This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For external use only.
*Note: The seaweed used in these salts contain naturally high levels of iodine. This product is harvested from the sea. Consumption of this product may cause a serious or life-threatening reaction in persons with allergies to fish and shellfish. Please avoid use of these salts if you have known allergies to marine species.