Did you know the main ingredient in most hair cleansers is salt, yes salt. We need salt to live and the right salt works wonders for our body inside and out:
The sulfates in Epsom salt help flush toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances. Your skin is a highly porous membrane and adding the right minerals to your bathwater triggers a process called reverse osmosis, which actually pulls salt out of your body, and harmful toxins along with it.

Mixing Epsom salt with your favorite shampoo and even conditioner can help removed excess oil and product build up. The salt helps to detox hair, add shine as well as volume and not strip all of your own good natural oils. Mix salt with your favorite light shampoo or conditioner and work through section by section.

Usually you just mix 3 parts salt with 2 parts shampoo or conditioner. But since my sisterlocks and scalp are a mess I mixed a bit of coconut oil, aloe vera juice, natural shampoo and Epsom salt.

 Mix it well!
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Check out those sections!I Wet my hair and worked it in well from root to tip.

Give this a try and if it works, limit to no more than monthly, resist the urge to over manipulate your hair.

This is my skin mix!

For my skin, I saturated Epsom salt with coconut oil ( I live for this oil) and added a few drops of oil with benefits similar to my specific skin care needs. I did wash my face with an all natural goats milk soap after but when I used it on my legs and arm,s I skipped that step and it left my skin glistening and moisturized.