Posts Tagged ‘body polish’

What is a Body Polish?

Monday, November 29th, 2010
Body Polish

Body Polish

Not long ago, I was a complete novice when it came to body polishes. Was it a massage, I asked myself? No, my spa mavens told me. Was I going to be laden in creams that would clog my pores? Negative, they reported, astonished that I had yet to try the mother-of-all body treatments. Turns out that a body polish – which always sounded to me more like a car repair service than a body regimen – is one of the most luxurious and refreshing spa activities one can indulge in. Just take it from the newly converted.


Salt & Oil – “Body Polish” Home Recipe

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

If you’re looking for a new body care product, try a simple Salt & Oil Body polish that you can use to exfoliate your skin, pull out toxins and relax tense muscles (salt) and re-hydrate and nourish skin with fixed oil and essential oils.

Oil Blend Recipe:

– 3 oz of Almond Oil (med) or Sesame Oil (heavy) or Apricot Oil (light)

– 20-50 drops total of your favorite essential oils

Body Polish Directions:

1. Place 3 oz of an OIL BLEND into 8 oz wide-mouthed container.

2. Top with salt. POUR SLOWLY AND mix while pouring. Add enough salt to make your preferred consistency.

Where can I get Good, Therapeutic Sea Salts?

You can purchase pristine Sea Salts from natural salt sources, (i.e. The Dead Sea or the Mediterranean Sea) at SALTWORKS –

Please refer to this website to learn about the countless healing benefits of sea salt – internally and externally. Natural Sea Salt is an amazing mineral that we have replaced with synthetic table salt. Sea salts have many minerals that are perfectly balanced -unlike sodium table salt- and are therefore healthy and essential for good health.

We have lost the historic knowledge for the wonders of true, naturally occurring salts. Europe, for instance, has not forgotten and natural salts are a part of Europeans’ daily cuisine and gourmet cooking

Where can I get Epsom Salts?

You can buy Epsom Salt in Bulk at Natural Food Stores.  The beautiful thing about Epsom Salt is its composition; Magnesium Sulfate – a natural muscle relaxant, mild laxative, and detoxification mineral.


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