Our Pink Himalayan Salt is hand-mined from ancient salt beds within the Himalayan Mountains. Protected from pollution and impurites since their formation 200 million years ago, Pink Himalayan salt is believed to be the purest form of salt available. This salt is known for it's stimulating and soothing properties. We love it in salt bars for it's exfoliating and moisturizing abilities, with the coarse size sprinkled on top for a wow factor. Color ranges from white to deep pink.
Ingredients: Botanical Name: Sodium ChlorideCommon Name: Himalayan Sea Salt
I bought this to go in my homemade toothpaste. The nature and quality of Pink Himalayan Salt is widely known.
I make a certain loofah bar that is a great seller w the men, but some are asking for higher scrub. They tell me they like to "shower w a chainsaw" so maybe the shredded loofah isn't quite cutting it. I'm going to try a few bars (Thank You 12 Bar Silicone Mold, I love thee!) and see if this fixes the lack of exfoliation for my tougher men.
In the meantime, it's excellent on my eggs in the morning ;)
These salts were a very nice addition to my soap. We use these in our bath bars and love the extra exfoliation benefits they bring to the soap. However, if you have sensitive skin, this is probably not for you as it may be a little too scratchy. The only downside was that when I added the salt to my MP base, the salts started to clump up immediately.
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Brooke! I'm so glad you love our extra small Pink Sea Salt in your soap! In our tests and recipes we found that the pink sea salt did not clump as demonstrated in the Home Spa: Pink Salt and Shea Bath Bar tutorial. Sometimes the salt can clump because it is going in cold which shocks the soap around it and causes it to harden quickly. I will email you personally to troubleshoot this!
Made bath truffles with buttercream snicker doodle fragrance and rolled them in the pink Himalayan salt extra small adding the salt made them look beautiful they looked like little delicate cookies they were better in the tub than my first couple of batches of bath truffles without the pink Himalayan salt really love love how cute this salt makes my home made bath products look adorable my friends love to see what I've made next I don't sell just a hobby now but I love making products that have a professional look thanks bb
This salt is really fine and really pretty! It looks gorgeous in a soap bar. However, I found it to be WAY, WAY too scratchy for a CP salt bar. I use salt at 80% of the oils in my salt bars. Regular sea salt bars smooth out to a stone-like soap that is actually very gentle. I don't know why, but this salt stays very granular and rough. I actually got some red scratches from it! I'll use it in a scrub next, I think it would work better for that application.
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