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Pour the water into a foot-soaking pan and soak your bare feet for fifteen to twenty minutes, once or twice a day. Then, rinse your feet off with clean tap water and dry them thoroughly.2. Skin Exfoliator - Have you ever used store-bought exfoliators to help remove dead skin cells? Soften rough patches of skin? Or help tone up and stimulate the blood flow to your skin? Many products you buy contain oatmeal or grains of salt or sand, and these ingredients are the roughness you feel when you apply the product.Try using good old fashioned Epsom Salt instead? It's inexpensive to buy, and you can readily find it at your local grocery or drug store. (You can even order it online!) The best way to use Epsom Salt as a skin exfoliator is to hop in the shower and wet your body down. Then, pour some of this mineral into your hands and gently massage it across your skin. Keep it away from your eyes, nose and mouth, but massage your neck to your feet. Then, rinse the Epsom Salt off thoroughly.3. 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Many of the applications have to do with expediting healing, as well as improving the quality of the skin and helping with basic grooming. Three Great Epsom Salt Remedies!1. Foot Bath - If you suffer from aching feet; rough, dry skin on your feet; or smelly feet, then Epsom Salt can come to your rescue! Dissolve a half cup of this mineral into two quarts of very warm water. Pour the water into a foot-soaking pan and soak your bare feet for fifteen to twenty minutes, once or twice a day. Then, rinse your feet off with clean tap water and dry them thoroughly.2. Skin Exfoliator - Have you ever used store-bought exfoliators to help remove dead skin cells? Soften rough patches of skin? Or help tone up and stimulate the blood flow to your skin? Many products you buy contain oatmeal or grains of salt or sand, and these ingredients are the roughness you feel when you apply the product.Try using good old fashioned Epsom Salt instead? It's inexpensive to buy, and you can readily find it at your local grocery or drug store. (You can even order it online!) The best way to use Epsom Salt as a skin exfoliator is to hop in the shower and wet your body down. Then, pour some of this mineral into your hands and gently massage it across your skin. Keep it away from your eyes, nose and mouth, but massage your neck to your feet. Then, rinse the Epsom Salt off thoroughly.3. Face Exfoliator - Just because you should skip your face when you're exfoliating your body doesn't mean you can't use Epsom Salt on your face too. It's just easier to clean your face with this mineral outside of the shower. Improve the face cleaner you currently use by adding a little Epsom Salt to a dollop of it. Gently massage the mixture across your forehead, cheeks, chin and neck. Then, thoroughly rinse your face with cool tap water and pat dry with a towel. "}

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Epsom salts are made up of a naturally occurring mineral that is found in water. More properly known as magnesium sulfate, Epsom salts derives its popular name from the town of Epsom, England, where the compound was first distilled from water. The chemical formula for Epsom salts is a rather simplistic one: MgS04-7H2O.Inexpensive and versatile, epsom salts can be used for a number of different applications around the home. Many of the applications have to do with expediting healing, as well as improving the quality of the skin and helping with basic grooming. Three Great Epsom Salt Remedies!1. Foot Bath - If you suffer from aching feet; rough, dry skin on your feet; or smelly feet, then Epsom Salt can come to your rescue! Dissolve a half cup of this mineral into two quarts of very warm water. Pour the water into a foot-soaking pan and soak your bare feet for fifteen to twenty minutes, once or twice a day. Then, rinse your feet off with clean tap water and dry them thoroughly.2. Skin Exfoliator - Have you ever used store-bought exfoliators to help remove dead skin cells? Soften rough patches of skin? Or help tone up and stimulate the blood flow to your skin? Many products you buy contain oatmeal or grains of salt or sand, and these ingredients are the roughness you feel when you apply the product.Try using good old fashioned Epsom Salt instead? It's inexpensive to buy, and you can readily find it at your local grocery or drug store. (You can even order it online!) The best way to use Epsom Salt as a skin exfoliator is to hop in the shower and wet your body down. Then, pour some of this mineral into your hands and gently massage it across your skin. Keep it away from your eyes, nose and mouth, but massage your neck to your feet. Then, rinse the Epsom Salt off thoroughly.3. Face Exfoliator - Just because you should skip your face when you're exfoliating your body doesn't mean you can't use Epsom Salt on your face too. It's just easier to clean your face with this mineral outside of the shower. Improve the face cleaner you currently use by adding a little Epsom Salt to a dollop of it. Gently massage the mixture across your forehead, cheeks, chin and neck. Then, thoroughly rinse your face with cool tap water and pat dry with a towel.