Skin and hair care from the fridge: Sea salt
You can mix the salt with a little olive oil, grape seed oil or sweet almond oil to moisturize your skin
Salt can burn and be too rough to use as an exfoliant, as the crystal has sharp edges. Plus I find it dries out the skin.
Btw, ocean salt water stings my skin.
I swim in the ocean a lot. Same thing, right? Why is it then that my skin never feels soft when I hit the beach after a day of body surfing? It only feels slick and slimy. I'll bet Morton's sponsored this tip.
hi sam, after swimming you can try rubbing your skin with ozonated olive oil. the minerals and the sea water will be trapped and the effect is hat tyour skin will become more supple and beautiful, not dry but mtry itSoisturized until your next encounter with the ocean....hope this helps..
You're forgeting the things that live in the ocean and the things they do in the ocean. It's their toilet bowl and burial ground. You can't tell me that that doesn't affect the water in some way. Also, Their's a big difference between the salt you buy and the salt you find in the ocean. The ratio of salt to water is probably different as well. Not to mention that water found naturally is not the same as water that comes from your tap, thank goodness...