“This bath is no joke. Put down your cell phone. Shut off the computer,” reads the label on the mineral-rich sea salts I’m about to pour into my tub full of hot water. The directions are specific, which I like "
"If you’re skeptical about baths, though, I say go straight for the ultimate: Pursoma. The instructions on the package include a warning: “This bath is no joke,” and the people at Pursoma are definitely not kidding."
"While serious bath time is not ingrained in American culture—think Julia Roberts rocking out to Prince in Pretty Woman or Doris Day’s phone convo in Pillow Talk—the brand’s Digital Detox Bath is sure to make you a tub devotee."
"Turns out "this stuff" was little more than clay powder and French grey sea salt. And while those ingredients may sound simple, they're reputed to be highly effective at drawing out toxins."
"Fun fact: You don’t necessarily need an infrared sauna or a crazy-intense workout to get your sweat on—just a bathtub and 20 minutes can do the trick."
"Pursoma is looking to temper the idea of a "digital detox" to something quite reasonable for the average working woman by recognizing that she can't just drop everything and disconnect for days without consequence"
"On top of circulation and the soothing of sore or tired muscles, bathing helps your body detox quicker and more effectively."