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relaxing muscles and drawing toxins from the body, but I could never find out why. And it wasn't until
I spent some time at the Epsom Salt Industry Council website that I learned that Epsom Salts -- made of
the mineral magnesium sulfate--are also a sedative for the nervous system.

When magnesium sulfate is absorbed through the skin, such as in a bath, it draws toxins from the
body, sedates the nervous system, reduces swelling, relaxes muscles, is a natural emollient, exfoliator,
and much more.

EPSOM SALT TIPS
Epsom Salt Council
Note: Check with a doctor before using if you have any health concerns.

* Relaxing and Sedative Bath: Soak in warm water and 2 cups of Epsom Salt.

* Face Cleaner:
To clean your face at night, mix a half-teaspoon of Epsom Salt with your regular
cleansing cream. Just massage into skin and rinse with cold water
.

* Homemade Skin Mask:
Apply the mask to damp skin. For normal to oily skin, mix 1 tablespoon of
cognac, 1 egg, 1/4 cup of nonfat dry milk, the juice of 1 lemon, and a half-teaspoon of Epsom Salt.
For normal to dry skin mix 1/4 cup of grated carrot, 1 1/2 teaspoons of mayonnaise and a half-teaspoon
of Epsom Salt.

* Foot Soak: Soothe aches, remove odors, and soften rough skin with a foot soak. Add 1/2 cup of
Epsom Salt to a large pan of warm water. Soak feet for as long as it feels right. Rinse and dry.

* Skin Exfoliator: Massage handfuls of Epsom Salt over your wet skin, starting with your feet and
continuing up towards the face. Have a bath to rinse.

* Remove Excess Oil from Hair: Epsom Salt soaks up excess oil from hair. Add 9 tablespoons of Epsom
Salt to 1/2 cup of oily hair shampoo. Apply one tablespoon of the liquid to your hair when it is dry;
rinse with cold water. Pour lemon juice or organic apple cider vinegar through the hair, leave on for
5-10 minutes, and then rinse.

* Hairspray: Combine 1 gallon of water, 1 cup of lemon juice, and 1 cup Epsom Salt. Combine, cover,
and let set for 24 hours. The next day, pour the mixture into your dry hair and let it sit for 20 minutes.
Then shampoo as normal.

* Hair Volumizer: Combine equal parts of deep conditioner and Epsom Salt. Warm in a pan. Work the
warm mixture through your hair and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse.

* Soak Sprains and Bruises: Epsom Salt will reduce the swelling of sprains and bruises. Add 2 cups
Epsom Salt to a warm bath, and soak.

* Splinter Remover: Soak in Epsom Salt, it will draw out the splinter.

Epsom Salt Industry Council

Disclaimer: The Body Restoration Massage Group,  Barbara Potter and Care2.com does not warrant and shall have
no liability for information provided in this newsletter or on Care2.com. Each individual person, fabric, or material
may react differently to a particular suggested use. It is recommended that before you begin to use any formula,
you read the directions carefully and test it first. Should you have any health care-related questions or concerns,
please call or see your physician or other health care provider.