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Benefits of Epsom Salts in our Bath Bombs and Bath Salts.

Rosebud’s Touch Bath Bombs, both traditional and novelty shapes, are made with Epsom Salts which have very beneficial properties. Hence, the very reason we incorporate Epsom Salts into our recipe for Bath Bombs. So…let me tell you all about it.

Epsom Salts are made of Magnesium Sulfate and therefore they are extremely useful in:

*The reduction and relaxation of muscle aches

*Stress Relief (by relaxing those tense muscles)

*Promotes and improves sleep

*Improved Circulation

*Headache Relief

*Removes Toxins that are absorbed from our environment each day

*Beneficial in skin issues such as: acne, eczema, and other irritations (DO NOT USE ON BROKEN SKIN)

*Improves the hydration of your skin

*PLUS it helps with the absorption of the mineral magnesium which is generally deficient in most people

Start pampering yourself and those you love by using our Bath Bombs and Bath Salts. They make great gifts too! Not only will you benefit from the Magnesium Sulfate but you will also love the aroma that envelops you and the wonderful way your skin feels after a bath. We all need a way to take the very best care of ourselves so go and select from over 40 different products that Rosebud’s Touch carries with Epsom Salts to begin the PAMPERING EXPERIENCE TODAY!!

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Is Aloe Vera beneficial? Why do we use it in our products?

Aloe Vera is a thick stemmed succulent plant that has been around for thousands of years. It has a gelatinous material in the leaves and it is this gel like substance that contains all the bio-active materials including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants.

This gel material within its leaves are what we use in cosmetics, bath & body care, etc. It contains powerful antioxidants known as polyphenols and these help to inhibit bacterial growth that can bring infections to us.

There is also evidence that it can prohibit early aging and wrinkling by increasing collagen production and improving skin elasticity. Aloe Vera is used also on skin that is irritated or sunburned. You should never use it on an open wound but I’m sure you already knew that. It is useful for calming psoriasis, dandruff, and seborrhea on the scalp. On the face it soothes acne prone skin as it has anti-inflammatory properties.

In summation, Aloe Vera has antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory properties which make it so beneficial in taking care of the skin we are in. It is also rich in Vitamins, particularly A, C, E, B12, and Choline. Aloe Vera has antioxidants that contain polyphenols and this benefits us by prohibiting bacterial growth. It promotes collagen production and therefore slows the aging process of our skin. Now you know why we use it in our bath and body care lines.