Eucalyptus Willow Rejuvenating Bath Salts
A botanical blend reminiscent of an outdoor sauna! Bring the stillness of nature into your bath with this invigorating blend. Its cleaning properties make it ideal for cold & flu symptoms.
Fresh, woody + bright
Made in small batches in Squamish, BC
9oz | 266ml, 3.5” H x 3" D
Lasts 2-4 soaks
Pour 1/4-1/2 of jar directly into a bath, and soak.
Eucalyptus - A fast-growing evergreen tree native to Australia. As an ingredient in many medicinal products, it is used to reduce symptoms of coughs, colds, and congestion. It also features in creams and ointments aimed at relieving muscle and joint pain.
Celtic Sea Salt - This mineral dense sea salt is known to draw impurities out of your skin while softly exfoliating it.
White Willow - Native to Europe and Central Asia, the bark of the White Willow tree has been used for over 5,000 years as a powerful pain relief remedy.
Epsom salts, Celtic sea salt, rock sea salts, green clay, eucalyptus, elder flowers, white willow bark, lavender, eucalyptus essential oil, ravensara essential oil, & chamomile essential oil.
Why We LOVE Nootka + Sea:
Nootka + Sea, named to pay homage to Canada’s West coast, started by hand, and continues to be a locally made, hand-crafted, sustainably sourced labour and legacy of love. They believe that clean beauty, natural apothecary and intentionally-crafted home goods can connect us all to nature and the environment.
At the helm of Nootka + Sea’s scent direction, Mikki’s expertise in formulations goes beyond combining soothing and tranquil notes that set a sanctuary-like tone in any room. With legendary skill, she designs each scent profile to leave people with a memory; to connect them back to the experience they had on the West Coast or out in nature, remembering why they visited and the moments they spent in the natural world.
The ingredients used in all their natural beauty products are as sustainably sourced and as locally procured as possible. Through thoughtful relationships with farmers and providers, they work together to ensure they take only what is needed, and that the process of transporting the goods from farm to production table is as intentional as possible.