Alpine Meadow Botanical Bath Salt Soak | Wildwood Creek

LAVENDER + BERGAMOT

Soak in a blend of replenishing mineral crystals to help remove toxins, increase circulation and soothe sore muscles. Let the aromas of invigorating wild mint, and healing white sage envelop you as your skin soaks in the antioxidant rich minerals and infused healing essential oils, replenishing its natural glow.

-5.5oz bag

 

BOTANICAL BENEFITS

Salts:  Vitamin and mineral rich, promote circulation, nourishes and soothes sore muscles, detoxifies leaving skin smoother and softer
Cedar:  Helps you feel grounded and connected to the earth
Neroli: Instills feelings of peace and harmony
Lavender:  Nourishes and softens skin while cleansing and purifying the mind

 

How To Use:  Sprinkle a palmful in your bath and let the minerals and organic essential oils calm and relax your mind and body.  External use only.  

 

Ingredients: Dead Sea Salt, Australian Ceara Salt, Canadian Glacial Salt, Epsom Salt, Lavender Essential Oil*, Cedarwood Essential Oil*, Neroli Essential Oil, Lavender Buds*, Calendulas Petals*

*Organic / Field Grown and/or Wildcrafted

 

Made in Clementsport, Nova Scotia 

Alpine Meadow Botanical Bath Salt Soak | 5.5oz | Wildwood Creek

SKU: 5659
C$14.00Price
  • Tucked away in rural Nova Scotia, Wildwood Creek offers a unique backdrop of mountains, forest and ocean, rows of lavender, botanicals and wildflowers all surrounding our large century barn, old milk house and outbuilding. Here is where owners Tamara and Sean McKaig expertly handcraft in small batches their unique line of plant- based home and body products.

     

    "At Wildwood Creek, we believe in the power of nature. Using organic farming methods, we grow, hand-harvest, dry and distill farm grown botanicals and combine them with ethically wildharvested and sustainably sourced organic ingredients to create all- natural and sustainable products. To show our commitment to being good stewards of the planet, for every product purchased, we will donate 1% to environmental initiatives to help preserve and expand wild spaces."