Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Redmond Bath Salt and Epsom Salts?
Epsom salts are refined salts made up of magnesium sulfate, which has anti inflammatory properties. Not only does Redmond Bath Salt contain a natural source of magnesium, it also has numerous other trace minerals that benefit your body in so many other ways.


How is Redmond Bath Salt different from other dead sea salts?
Today, there are many popular dead sea salts found in natural health stores. Redmond Bath Salt Plus comes from an ancient dead sea. The number of minerals in Redmond Bath Salt Plus are very similar to the quantity of minerals found in dead sea salts. A big benefit, however, is that Redmond Bath Salt Plus has a higher concentration of these minerals. Another advantage is that it is mined in the USA.


Can the body absorb these trace minerals?
Yes. Through the process of diffusion, toxins are released from the body into the bath water, while trace minerals from the salt are absorbed through the skin.


Is Redmond Bath Salt unrefined?
Yes. Redmond Bath Salt & Plus is completely unrefined. In fact, it is so natural, you can eat it.


How often should I use Redmond Bath Salt?
We recommend using Redmond Bath Salt frequently. It is packaged in a 7-lb. bucket and is very affordable. Many people use it for daily rejuvenation.


What is the mineral content of Redmond Bath Salt?
Redmond Bath Salt Plus is 100% natural mineral. We don’t add anything to it. The main mineral, of course, is sodium chloride (salt), and there are more than 60 other trace minerals that make up this powerfully-effective bath salt.


How many minerals are in Redmond Bath Salt?
There are more than 60 naturally-occurring trace minerals in Redmond Bath Salt. A few of these minerals include calcium, potassium, sulphur, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, iodine, manganese, copper, and zinc.


Why is the color of Redmond Bath Salt Plus so dark?
When it comes to natural, unrefined sea salt, the color is an important indicator of trace minerals. The fact that Redmond Bath Salt Plus is dark in color is a good thing. If it were white, it would be lacking many vital trace minerals the body needs.


Can the sediment on the bottom of the tub be washed down the drain?
The mineral content in Redmond Bath Salt Plus is exceptionally high and will turn bath water a reddish color. The sediment can be safely washed down the drain.


How much Redmond Bath Salt should I use?
Pour 1-2 cups of Redmond Bath Salt Plus into running bath water.


Why aren’t there any oils or fragrances in Redmond Bath Salt?
In general, some people have difficulty using bath salts because of the oils and fragrances they contain. For sensitive skin, these additives may cause allergic reactions. Some oils also leave a residue around the rim of the tub. We keep our bath salt pure and simple–the way nature intended it.


Can I add my own essential oils to Redmond Bath Salt?
What makes our salt so unique from others on the market today, is the fact that it is natural, unrefined, and free of additives. While very effective without essential oils, some choose to customize their bathing experience by adding drops of their favorite essential oils to Redmond Bath Salt Plus.


What are some of the benefits of using Redmond Bath Salt?
Redmond Bath Salt Plus is a great way to escape the stresses of life. It helps soothe stiff, sore, and aching muscles, aids in detoxification, helps improve circulation, helps soften skin, and promotes sound, restful sleep. People also use it to detox and rejuvenate.