Himalayan salt is a type of sea salt mined in the foothills of the Himalaya mountains, primarily in Pakistan. Ancient oceans deposited these salts 250 million years ago when the Himalayan mountains were being formed.
The Khewra Salt Mine is one of the oldest and largest salt mines in the world.
Like table salt, pink Himalayan salt is mostly comprised of sodium chloride.
Because the salt beds were covered by lava, ice, and snow for millions of years, Himalayan salt is free of many modern-day pollutants. Himalayan salt baths are a good way to treat acne on hard-to-reach areas of the body where breakouts occur, such as the back or shoulders.
It is estimated that it contains up to 84 different minerals and trace elements.
In fact, it's these very minerals, especially iron, that give it its characteristic pink color.
Long Lasting Shelf Life
Harvesting Process Helps Preserve Mineral
Safety Seal Packing
Available In 2 Forms As A Coarse & Fine Salt Depending On The Use