The Benefits of Bathing with Essential Oils

Incorporating therapeutic bathing treatments into your daily routine is centered around clearing your mind and detoxifying the body as you bathe, sweat, and rest. Creating a consistent bedtime to bathtime routine is your opportunity to disconnect from technology, create space for self-care, and reclaim your connection to you. By deeply relaxing your body as you soak in the tub, you’ll also help clear out the mental cobwebs that can disturb your emotional well-being.

If you’re new to the world of detox bath treatments, your first impulse might be to grab a bag of  Epsom salts and call it a day. But there’s a vast difference between refined, chemically processed Epsom salts and raw, hand-harvested sea salts. Your self-care time is precious, and you deserve pure, premium ingredients that can deliver the most in terms of healing benefits. We invite you to think outside the box of chemically processed Epsom salt soaks and discover the power of unrefined, mineral-rich natural sea salts.

Connect To Nature & Reclaim Serenity

Imagine how it feels to take a deep dive into seawater and then step onto the beach enveloped by fresh air and sunshine. That healing sensation is all about connecting to the natural world, finding relief from the pull of gravity via floating, and detoxifying your body with natural salts. The ingredients in our soaking treatments are maintained in their natural state so that you can cleanse as deeply as possible as you bathe. You don’t have to book a spa treatment or vacation to feel better. With Pursoma baths, you can take charge of your own well-being at home.

With a daily Pursoma soak, you can capture the feeling of swimming in the sea while emerging from the tub refreshed, revitalized, and cleansed in both body and mind. French grey sea salts are key to the transformative power of a Pursoma bath. Our sea salts are hand-harvested raw, packed, and shipped to our facility wet, and used in their unprocessed state. Our salts are never bleached or chemically refined. Soaked in mineral-rich ocean water in the ancient Roman style, our salt beds slowly evaporate in the sun’s natural heat. This creates a product that preserves its mineral-rich purity, just as nature intended.

Baths Help Balance Your Body & Mind

The mental and physical effects of bathing are nothing short of amazing. While showers are effective for cleaning your body, bathing is a cleansing experience for your entire being. Studies show that hot water immersion through bathing increases the elimination of carbon dioxide and metabolic waste compounds in the body, resulting in powerful detoxification. Moreover, people who regularly bathe have stronger immune systems, smooth, radiant skin, vibrant energy levels, and less stress and chronic pain than people who don’t. Hot water baths also help with mood: Bathers tend to experience greater happiness and peace of mind than people who don’t take the time to soak.

Essential Oils Help Create Mental Calm

Essential oils are extracts made by either pressing or steaming different plant parts, such as bark, flowers, or fruit, in order to capture their fragrance and therapeutic compounds. A centuries-old practice, aromatherapy is the art and science of using plant extracts to affect a healing benefit. When deeply inhaled, the scent molecules in essential oils travel to the brain via the olfactory nerves. When they reach the amygdala, which is the part of the brain that governs emotions, essential oil molecules can promote better moods and greater mental calm.

Our steam distilled, therapeutic grade essential oils are 100 percent natural and capable of inducing a deep state of bliss. Each ingredient in our Pursoma bath treatments is carefully curated to ensure that your detox bathing experience is beyond any you’ve had before. Essentially, these aren’t your grandma’s bubble baths. Pursoma baths are healing mind-body treatments that can elevate your mood, help banish anxious thoughts, and relax your body from head-to-toe.

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