Napiers Dead Sea Salt

By Napiers

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Genuine Dead Sea (Magnesium Chloride) Salt.

Makes a wonderful soak for detox of itchy skin.

Comes as a coarse crystal (90% 5 t0 10 mesh 1.7 to 4.0mm grain typical) and can be a white to off-white, or even light brown colour depending on the batch.

Genuine Dead Sea Salt is widely used in Spa applications because of it's unique mineral content. A typical analysis of a genuine Dead Sea Salt would be...

Magnesium Chloride 31 - 35%
Potassium Chloride 20 - 28%
Sodium Chloride 3.0 - 8.0%
Calcium Chloride 0.1 - 0.5%
Bromide 0.3 - 0.6%
Sulfates 0.05 - 0.2%
Insolubles 0 - 0.3%
Water of Crystallisation 32.0 - 38.0%
No. of molecules of water 5.5 - 6.1

1kg Resealable Pouch. Not currently available to customers in the EU.

All skin types.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Use in cooking, at the table, or in your bath and homemade bath salts. Add 50 grams to a warm bath and soak for at least 15 minutes.

Contains: 100% Genuine Dead Sea (Magnesium Chloride) Salt.

Avoid getting in your eyes. If you do get it in your eyes, flush eyes with plenty of cold water for 15 minutes. May cause mild to moderate irritation. If irritation continues seek medical assistance. Ingesting large volumes may cause vomiting. Plant extracts cause few side effects however if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and you are unsure if you need to take extra care, please speak to us, or your healthcare practitioner, before using this product.

Dead Sea Salts are naturally hygroscopic and so should be stored in dry conditions without unnecessary exposure to the air. Keep in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.

Pouches: Packaged in a biodegradable stand-up resealable pouch. Made with 45% - 60% renewable wood pulp starch. When placed into a composting environment the pouches will biodegrade to compost within 3 months.

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Napiers the Herbalists was founded by Duncan Napier, a Victorian botanist and the most famous herbalist in Scotland.