Sacred Self Love | Sacred Clay Bath | Bath Ceremony Collection
Milk Bath Moments | Milk Bath Collection
Do you need some time for yourself?
It is time to relax.
The Eneka Elements Milk Bath Collection is here to pamper every pore of your skin.
Sacred Self Love has a highlight of Rhassoul Clay and Hawaiian Sacred Alaea salt with a red hue and ancient vibe. This milk bath moment includes a creamy milk experience straight from the volcanoes of Hawaii to soothe skin and provide your relaxing moment.
How does it stand out?
Compared to other clays, Rhassoul contains larger amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium, silica, and trace minerals. It also boasts a higher absorption rate, which makes it ideal for detox and cleansing. Its active compounds are quickly absorbed into the skin, leaving it soft and smooth.
Self-Love Bath Highlight:
Rhassoul clay from Morocco is the best that organic can provide. Make a moment feel like a vacation. Simply add a candle and your favorite relaxing music and you have it when you add this Self-Love bath to your experience.
A truly exquisite spa quality clay from ancient deposits unearthed from the fertile Atlas Mountains in Morocco. This mineral-rich clay blends extremely well with water making its application to the face and skin a smooth and delightful experience. This clay has been used for over 1400 years as a soap, shampoo, and skin conditioner, and the finest spas across the world currently utilize it for its therapeutic benefits.
This clay is a quarry mined from deep beneath the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco. It is sun-dried and untreated. When first mined, Rhassoul clay appears as a polished brown, soap-like clay, which is chunky in appearance and resembling rocks. After further refinement and micronization, the end product is a smooth almost silken earth.
- Rhassoul Clay
- Epsom Salt
- Himalayan Pink Salt
- Hawaiian Alaea Salt
The description is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Aug 16, 2020