Salt Therapy for Skin Care
Is Salt Therapy Beneficial For Your Skin?
If you suffer from any skin condition like inflammation of the skin such as eczema to contact dermatitis or even acne, it’s likely that you’ve tried almost everything under the sun- from expensive lotions and creams, to face washes seen on commercials that promise clear, perfect skin. There are so many products out there that all promise the same thing. But have you ever looked at the ingredients of these products? The most common ingredients found in skin care are Methyl, Propyl, Butyl, and Ethyl Paraben. All of these ingredients are known to be highly toxic. But they are cheap, and that’s why they are so commonly used. Often these topical treatments only last until you wash them away.
If you know what it’s like to face life with acne prone skin, or suffer from eczema, the last thing you want is to be paying top dollar for a product that’s filled with cheap, toxic ingredients. So, if that’s what the market is full of, then what else can you do? This is where salt therapy comes into play.
Salt Therapy for Skin Care
Salt therapy has been proven to be extremely beneficial for your skin. Salt therapy can improve your skin’s hydration, roughness, and redness. This makes it a wonderful option for those suffering from eczema, rosacea, dermatitis, and more.
Salt therapy is also great for anti-aging of the skin, as it stimulates the skin’s micro circulation and balances out the skin’s pH levels. The natural anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties found in salt particles are the secret ingredients providing a cleansing effect and are ideal for treating skin diseases.
How Does Salt Therapy Help Your Skin?
We told you WHAT salt therapy can do for your skin, but not HOW. Salt is full of minerals, the most important being Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium and Sodium. When you experience salt therapy, these important minerals are being absorbed directly by your skin. Let’s look at each mineral and see how it helps your skin:
Magnesium is known for fighting water retention and slowing down the aging process of your skin. Magnesium can really be beneficial for matured skin, as well as decreasing inflammation.
Calcium improves your skin’s circulation and also prevents water retention. Having your skin’s circulation improve will help a lot with dry, problematic skin.
Potassium is a really important one, as it helps balance out your skin’s moisture. This means salt therapy can help with skin that is too oily as well as skin that is a bit too dry.
Sodium generally gets a bad reputation but it’s actually crucial for balancing out your skin’s lymphatic fluid.
If you are struggling with skin conditions such as dermatitis, and are sick of trying product after product just to get the same minimal results, we urge you to book a salt therapy appointment today! Got questions about your skin in particular? Just give us a call and we’ll provide you with great insight on what salt therapy can do for your skin care regime!