Ecooking Bath Salt
- Contains among other things
- Natural vitamins
- As foot scrub (mix with Ecooking Multi Oil)
- As body scrub (mix with Ecooking Multi Oil)
- As face scrub (mix with Ecooking Multi Oil)
- As hand scrub (mix with Ecooking Multi Oil)
- In the foot bath
- In the bathtub
- For cooking
Mix Ecooking Multi Oil with the salt and you have a wonderful body scrub. Mix a teaspoon baking powder together with 3 spoons of salt and a little oil, and you have an outstanding face scrub. If you have had an â€œaccidentâ€ with tanning oil, mix the juice from a lemon with the salt and scrub your skin.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Minerals**, Magnesium**, Calcium**, Potassium**, Sulphates**, Natural Vitamins**, Natural Iodine** * = organic Â· ** = natural"
HOW TO USE
To make a body scrub blend the salt with Ecooking Multi Oil 1:1 and work your way to the right texture. For a face scrub blend 1 spoon of baking powder with 3 spoons of salt and a bit of oil and – voila! – you’ve got a great face scrub.
My skin turns red after using the peeling mask? Is that normal?
It is actually perfectly normal! It is not unusual that your skin might turns red after applying the Ecooking Peeling Mask. It is the active ingredients in the mask, which can cause this. Remember to add a lot of moisture after use.
Why is it called ‘’Ecooking’’?
It is called Ecooking because it originally was created in Tina’s kitchen, who are the Ecooking founder. ‘’Eco’’ for ecological ingredients and ‘’cooking’’ because of where it all started – in the kitchen. ‘
What is the best way to use the products?
The most important steps to a good skin care routine is ‘’cleanse and moisture’’. We will always recommend to cleanse the skin, and afterwards it is important to add moisture. After use of cleanser, you can add a serum, and finish with a moisturizing cream