Today's scientists are recommending that only the coarse sea salt should be used in our every day life. Why is sea salt healthier, then regular, “kitchen” (also known as “stone salt”)? In the process of sea evaporation (in big, shallow pools) it isn’t only the basic NaCL left – together with it we have other, solid compounds that has been melted in the water.
Sea salt has, approximately, 80 minerals and elements, and now you see why it is so important for our every day diet. It is hard to count all the benefits it has for our health, but salt is necessary for healthy digestion, health of our nerve system, healthy sleep, it helps with muscle fever and some are even going that far saying that salt is very important for healthy sex life and libido.
Besides our health, sea salt has huge role in natural cosmetics giving us many therapeutic baths and peelings which in natural and solid way can help us in achieving prettier looks.
Due to the richness in minerals and other elements, sea salt baths stimulate our metabolism and abstraction of harmful substances and also helps in secretion of water in our body which helps our skin being tensed, softer and strained. Sea salt baths were famous in ancient times when it was recommended to people suffering from sciatica, rheumatic diseases and skin diseases.
In today’s time we can get many aromatized sea salt baths which have positive effect on certain type of difficulties, and there are even some recipes saying that sea salt is good in helping fight against cellulite. Any way, no one should miss out salt, but on the contrary, must include it more in every day life, and not only as food, but as a very important addition (which is very cheap and natural, also) in cosmetics.
Salt for smooth skin
Take three table spoons of coarse, sea salt and mix it with one table spoon of olive oil. The mixture you get, gently massage on your belly, hands, legs, back and butt. Rinse it with warm water and dry it with towel. At the end, you can put on your skin some cream or lotion – at least, that’s what recipe says, when I try it my self, I’ll give you “a first hand” experience.
Salt against cellulite
Melt 1 kilo of sea salt in water (in your bath), and then stay in for about 20 minutes (temperature about