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    Default How much sea salt do I add to my bath water?

    My shipment is on it's way and now I am curious to how much sea salt should be added to a tub of water?
    Thanks, Sandra






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    One cup; warm water; soak 20 mins.

    Quote Originally Posted by slh100 View Post
    My shipment is on it's way and now I am curious to how much sea salt should be added to a tub of water?
    Thanks, Sandra




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    Thanks Kirsten!






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    and what does sea salt do for you in the bath





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    Detoxes the body naturally, relieves stress, relaxes muscles. Plus salt is high in minerals and can help with skin tightening, reducing the appearance of cellulite AND anything else that you add to the bath (grapefruit or lavender oil) will be pushed into your skin with the minerals. Great for your complexion!





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    You better believe it does ALL that!

    I have been doing the salt baths from almost the beginning of my T-Tapp journey, and I have no loose hanging skin! Now, I do have some that still needs some tightening, but when I am very consistent, and add the salt masks, I see a visible difference!

    It's wonderful for tired and sore muscles!





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    awww love the bathtub smiley!





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    I have been using another brand for the past couple of weeks so will be interesting if I notice any changes with the T-Tapp Salt. For some reason I was expecting a bigger bag, I guess I should of bought two!






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    is there a difference in the t-tapp sea salt and normal???





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    T-Tapp Salt is Dead Sea Salt. Better for the body than epsom salts.





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