Salt Scrubs Massage


Salt Scrubs Massage

An exfoliating salt scrub massages also removes dead skin cells which can otherwise become hard. If left untreated, dead cells make the skin stiff and crusty. Exfoliation removes dry, flaky, dead skin and reveals the supple soft skin beneath. The pores are also left unclogged of dirt and bacteria that can build up over time. Salt has anti-bacterial qualities, so it’s helpful for maintaining bacteria-free skin and preventing itchiness. Many salts, such as magnesium sulfate, contain minerals that can reduce inflammation. Masseur may mix salt with oils. The same abrasive friction between the salt and skin which causes exfoliation, also encourages the circulation of blood. That’s what gives the skin an attractive and rosy post-scrub glow. This process of removing dead skin and dirt also encourages the regeneration of new skin cells. The body is stimulated to produce new healthy skin cells which tightens the skin and can make it look younger and firmer.

Some of the most commonly used salts found in salt body scrubs are sea salt and Epsom salts. These varieties of salt are purified enough to be gentle on the skin; regular table salt should never be used, as it is too harsh.

Duration: Scrub each area of the skin for about 30 seconds.


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