This salt and olive oil scrub is a “Spa like beauty treatment”. It is enriched with dendritic salt, it has 26 essential minerals (12 of which do not exist in any other sea salt or ocean salt in the world that has been studied). This dendrite salt is a high purity, food grade salt formed in porous, star-shaped modified cubes.
Dendritic Salt has unique and diverse physical properties, resulting in low bulk density, a rapid dissolving rate, exceptional flow characteristics, strong blend ability, and an unmatched liquid adsorption.
Renew salt and oil scrub gently exfoliates dry skin stimulating cell renewal, it moisturises your skin for a healthy, rejuvenated glow. Anyone in the world searching for relaxation, relief and healing will love the magical concentration of salt minerals and oils.
- Step into a bathtub or shower and put on loofah mitts. I like the loofah (plant) exfoliating gloves that you get in health food stores. They really scrub your skin good. If you don’t have a bath mitt, don’t worry; you can use your hands.
- Take a scoopful of the mixture into your palms or your gloves and then rub the mixture all over your body in a circular motion. For tougher areas such as the knees, soles and elbows, spend extra time scrubbing. On places like the chest, neck, and stomach; where the skin is thinner, take it easy with the scrubbing mitts and/or just use your hands instead, or use a washcloth to exfoliate. If you feel the salt is too harsh on your skin, rinse off the bath mitts and then spoon only the oil that floats to the top onto the mitts to continue.
- Once your entire body is scrubbed well, rinse thoroughly.
- Pat skin dry. You should be good and cleansed. The Dendritic Salt should have exfoliated your skin nicely with the help of the loofah and the oils should leave your skin soft and moisturized. You shouldn’t even need to follow the bath with a moisturizer. For extra dry skin be sure to apply some of Don’s “Divine” body butter.
- Warning: The only bad part about this scrub is the oil can build up on the bathtub bottom. Make sure to clean it up so the next person who gets in doesn’t slip and fall.