Using Ritual Bath Salts

Ritual salts can be used in a variety of ways, including at the altar, outside of the home, or, obviously, in the bath. While they are specifically created for bathing rituals, you can just as easily be spread salts around the home, outside the front door, or put in a bowl or tray on your altar.

To use in a bath: Scoop a heaping spoonful (or two!) of your bath salts into a warm bath to create a sacred and rejuvenating ritual; set the tone for your relaxation and treat it as a meditative moment. Ensure you are free of distractions; lighting candles enhances the experience. The included crystal chips can be placed directly in the water or alongside bathing space to help set your intention. Alternatively, they can be held in your hands prior to your bath to help ground you and guide you before soaking. 

The salts will eventually dissolve in the water, relaxing the muscles. Crystal chips will sink to the bottom of the tub, if in the water, while botanicals will float. Some do not enjoy having herbs/flowers in their bath water. If this is the case for you, bath salts work just as effectively by scooping them into a tea bag or strainer. 

Set your intention for your bathing ritual and enjoy the moment.

Salts and other ingredients are for external use only; do not ingest. All bath salts are made with skin-safe ingredients, but it is always best to be practice caution with new elements that come in contact with the skin. Ritual bath salts may also be used as sacred altar salts, or sprinkled around the home for healing purposes.

Disclaimer: By law we are required to say that these products are sold as curious, and that this item is not meant to replace medical treatment or to diagnose, treat or prevent any type of disease. Refunds or exchanges are not permitted. Products on this site cannot be internally ingested.