Ingredients of our product
Eucalyptus Leaf Extract: Our bath salts contain not only the essential oil of eucalyptus, but also its nourishing leaves, creating the perfect synergy. Its leaves contain plenty of nourishing ingredients to moisturise and protect the skin from free radicals.
Eucalyptus Oil: Eucalyptus has an intense, clear and fresh scent, which is most often used in aromatherapy for colds.
Did you know? Its fragrant leaves and exotic flowers are what make the eucalyptus stand out. With about 600 species, the eucalyptus is mostly native to Australia and a true survivor: it needs hardly any water, tolerates great heat and even sprouts again after devastating bushfires. The leaves are rich in essential oil, which is used as a herbal remedy for colds. In the unlikely event that you ever have to herd a panda or koala, eucalyptus can serve as an indispensable food plant.
Hemp Seed Oil: Counts among the absolute "super oils"! Filled with essential nutrients, hemp seed oil is the most natural and richest source of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), known for their excellent emollient and moisturising properties.
Cannabidiol (synthetic): Potent adaptogen. Thanks to its highly antioxidant properties, it nourishes the skin down to the lowest layers, protecting it from inflamm-aging and regulating the skin's sebum production.
Almond Oil: Rich in omega 3 & 6 fatty acids and a powerful antioxidant. It is quickly absorbed and particularly moisturising.
Fun Fact: Dry-as-dust history? Not at all! Even in the Old Testament, the moisturising almond oil was valued. The Egyptians did not use it for their skin, but even baked bread with it and presented it to their pharaohs as a gesture of veneration. But also the Greeks, the Arabs and no less a person than Charlemagne knew about the benefits of the rich almond oil.
Nowadays, up to 300,000 tons of almonds are harvested annually in sunny California alone, which corresponds to about 50 percent of the world's demand. Our almond oil, which comes from the ripe fruit of the almond tree, is therefore a wonderful all-round talent that has been valued for thousands of years and has been enjoying increasing popularity in the beauty industry for some years now.
Jojoba Oil: Contains vitamins E, A and B6, which help reduce oxidative stress. It also helps to increase the moisture content of the skin without leaving a greasy residue. It is therefore well suited for dry, stressed skin and hair.
Did you know? Jojoba oil has been used for centuries by the Apaches as a means of strengthening the scalp. As jojoba oil is very similar to the so-called sebum, i.e. the sebum of the scalp, it is ideal for hair products and for regenerating damaged and dry hair.
Pink Rock Salt & Sea Salt: Contain valuable minerals and trace elements. Their unique structure optimally absorbs essential oils.
Fun Fact: Did you know that pink rock salt is mainly known as Himalayan salt in our regions? Rock salt gets its colour from iron oxides, commonly called rust, or from algae. It is mined from salt deposits that were formed when seas dried up about 200 million years ago and the sea salt created by evaporation was deposited in the sediment. Due to geological processes, these salt deposits are now mostly underground. Rock salt is therefore basically "million-year-old sea salt".