We all add salt to our food dishes daily, but only a few are aware that adding sea salt in other ways can be of great help in treating various health problems that affect our physical image, such as the fat hair problem. Read on to learn how to use sea salt for this and other hair treatments.

Solve oily hair by mixing salt in your shampoo

Table salt is composed of sodium chloride, a chemical that is a part of a larger class of salts. Sea salt, on the other hand, together with the bay and solar salt are formed by evaporation of seawater. This ingredient is significant for people’s lives, being consumed daily for cooking. However, salt can be used in beauty products as well. It can work miracles on your hair and skin.

Remove oily hair with salt

Oily, oily hair is the result of overly active sebaceous glands on the scalp that produce too much oil. This problem can be solved with salt.

Just add 2-3 tablespoons in your shampoo to wash your hair with it. After the first treatment you will notice positive results. You will have hair without excess oil.

Anti-dandruff treatment

Just as it is effective for oily hair, it is also effective for dandruff. Dandruff is a layer formed on the scalp forming small pieces of dead skin cells. Salt can stimulate circulation and remove dandruff scales, protecting your scalp from fungal growth.

You need to divide the hair into sections and sprinkle 1-2 teaspoons of salt on the scalp, gently massaging it with wet fingers for 10 minutes. Wash it as usual.

Hair growth

Sea salt is ideal for hair growth. In case you suffer from alopecia, or hair loss, you can use sea salt for the natural stimulation of hair growth. Wash your hair as you normally do and massage the wet scalp with sea salt for 10-15 minutes. Finally, wash it. Treatment should be repeated 2 times a week for 2 months.

Epsom salts for oily hair

If you are a fan of Epsom salts, you can also make use of these salts instead of sea salt. We all know that Epsom salts are great for long, relaxing baths, but did you know they can also be great for fixing oily, oily hair?

Epsom salts have all sorts of uses, from pain-reducing serums to homemade fertilizers. The following recipe shows us several more uses, which includes a simple way to make oily hair less greasy.

Just do the same as with the previous procedure with sea salt, and that is to add a small handful of Epsom salts to your normal shampoo and rinse as usual.

Here are some other ways to use sea salt for beauty treatments

Sea salt is not only reduced for some hair beauty treatments, it has countless uses, and the list continues to expand if you are looking for ways to use it for beauty treatments for other parts of the body, homemade and safe. Review the following:

Leg peeling

You should add 2 tablespoons of salt to a cup of olive oil, and rub your legs with the scrub to make the skin soft and smooth as silk.

Body peeling of salt

Also, sea salt is amazing as a body scrub. You should add 2 tablespoons of sea salt to a half cup of coconut oil, and use the mixture as a body peel.

Face mask

For sensitive and easily irritable skin try this mask to soothe your skin and prevent irritations. It will help you keep oil secretion under control and moisturize areas of dry skin. Mix 2 tablespoons of sea salt and 4 teaspoons of raw honey, apply it on dry and clean skin, avoid the area around your eyes, and let it act for 10-15 minutes. Finally, rinse with warm water.

Facial tonic

Sea salt will penetrate the pores of the skin deeply and cleanse them. In addition, it will control oil production and fight bacteria to prevent acne. Mix 1 teaspoon of sea salt and 4 oz. of water (hot) and pour it into a spray bottle. Spray on clean, dry skin 1-2 times a day and avoid the area around your eyes.

Salt as a natural remedy

Headaches – In case you often suffer from headaches, you should add a teaspoon of sea salt to a glass of water, and drink the solution. You’ll treat a headache in less than 15 minutes.

Injuries – Even though salt causes short-term pain when applied to wounds, it actually speeds up the healing process. You need to add 2 teaspoons of salt in a glass of water, and then apply the remedy to the wound.

However, keep in mind that you should be careful with salt intake in case you are suffering from high blood pressure.

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