Be the first to know when we launch.
Promotions, new products and sales. Directly to your inbox.
Enjoy the benefits of hot springs from your bathtub. Ancient Warmth Bath Salts Mix #1 improves on nature's hot spring chemistry by optimizing mineral percentages, controlling pH, salinity. These bath salts, added to your bathwater, provide your skin an experience that is even better than soaking in real hot springs.
All of Ancient Warmth's Bath Salts can be optimized for the water coming out of your taps. The product naturally dechlorinates tap water. We offer optional skin-friendly mini-packets for water softening.
The color of the product is not as shown below, the bath salts are white.
One essential oil can be added to any single-use packet of Ancient Warmth bath salts for no additional charge. Unless otherwise indicated, the essential oils used by Ancient Warmth do not cause photosensitivity. Ancient Warmth does not recommend essential oils for children or teenagers. Essential oils may cause skin irritation in some individuals.
Bergamot Citrus smell, fruity and sweet with a warm spicy floral quality. Unlike most bergamot essential oils, this one does not contain bergaptene, so it does not cause photosensitivity.
Cedarwood Atlas Calming, soothing. Middle note of b aroma with a woody, sweet, scent. Ancient Egyptians used it in cosmetics and perfumes. Today, closet liners are frequently crafted from cedar, and the oil is used in soaps, cosmetics and perfumes, especially men's colognes. Obtained from a sustainable source.
Frankincense serrata Calming, promotes youthful looking skin. A base note with a medium aroma, it has a warm and spicy, haunting woody odor. Used as incense for 5,000 years. Used today in perfumes, and skin-care products.
Ginger Helpful for digestion and soothing sore muscles. Has a middle note with a medium warm, spicy, woody scent and a hint of lemon and pepper.
Lavender Our low-camphor lavender essential oil has a rich floral scent that is fruity and mellow. Grown in Canada.
Lemon Refreshing, cooling, cleansing. Low terpene. Can cause photosensitivity.
Lemongrass Very soothing bath, uplifting aroma, invigorating and cleansing. Fresh earthy, citrus scent. Good for oily or greasy skin (astringent).
Orange Very refreshing, mood enhancing, good for skin. Low terpene.
Spearmint Ancient Greeks used spearmint to scent their bath water. Helpful for digestion.
- Tea Tree Has a fresh, slightly medicinal scent, somewhat woody, with a slight camphor smell. Good for immune support, acne. Organic, from Australia. Some people may have an allergic reaction.
- Turmeric Same fragrant aroma as the spice, with a mild earthy note and a slightly spicy, herbal scent. Herbal skin care remedy. Organic.
- Ylang Ylang Sweet, exotic, floral scent rather like the smell of lilies (not everyone likes lilies!) Mood enhancing, aphrodisiac. Balances oily skin, suitable for acne. Helps relax, promotes tranquility, creates calm. Antioxidant, protects the skin's moisture barrier, and reduces the signs of aging. Excessive use may lead to headaches and nausea.
Please allow 3 business days to build your order before we ship.
12-Pack: Ancient Warmth Special Bath Salts Mix #1 $395
Anyone receiving Ancient Warmth Special Bath Salts Mix #1 for Valentine's 2021 will remember the person who gives this as a gift every month for a year. That is because this product contains 12 pouches, each of which contains everything needed for one special bathing experience.
We will custom-package your order according to the water that the lucky person you give this to has coming out of their tap. Each month's special pouch will contain bath salts and the proper number of mini-packets for dechlorinating and softening the water in their bathtub.
In scientific terms, water hardness is generally the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium in water. According to the USGS, soft water contains 0 to 60 mg/L (milligrams per liter) of calcium and/or magnesium. Water with more dissolved calcium and/or magnesium is called hard water. In hard water, soap reacts with the calcium (which is relatively high in hard water) to form soap scum.
Water hardness is often categorized into 3 degrees, the colors below are shown on the map of water hardness in North America on this page:
- Moderately hard (light blue, fix this with one mini-packet): 61 to 120 mg/L
- Hard (medium blue, fix this with two mini-packets): 121 to 180 mg/L as hard
- Very hard (dark blue, fix this with three mini-packets): more than 180 mg/L
You can learn more about water hardness from the USGS.