Himalayan Pink Salt is a crystal rock salt harvested by hand from the ancient rock salt beds that lie under the Himalayan mountain range. Spanning six countries, the Himalayas encompass the tallest peaks in the world.
Himalayan Pink Salt has a beautiful rosy-pink, speckled hue.
In addition to its sodium chloride (salt) content, Himalayan Pink Salt is remarkably rich in over 80 essential and trace minerals including Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Iron and Copper. Himalayan Pink Salt is a highly nourishing and functional ingredient for bathing, exfoliation, mouth rinses and other beauty and cosmetic applications.
Our Medium Himalayan Pink Salt ranges in particle size between 2 mm to 5 mm. It is carefully harvested by hand, processed to remove impurities, crushed to the appropriate grain size and then stored so that the salts retain their purity, freshness and their natural balance of minerals.
Himalayan Pink Salt helps to support healthy skin, making it look and feel smoother. The salt's mineral composition is superior to sea salt for use in bath salts and other personal care products intended to promote relaxation. Himalayan Pink Salt is an ideal choice for body exfoliating products as the salts are abundant in minerals that help to support healthy, balanced skin.
Medium Himalayan Pink Salt Properties:
Particle Size Range: Between 2 mm - 5 mm
Revitalizes the skin
Acts as a natural exfoliant
Leaves skin looking smoother
Our Himalayan Pink Salt is available in fine and medium grain sizes. Use the fine grain for bath soaks, exfoliating body care products and for use in mouth rinses and other oral care products. The medium grain size is ideally suited for bath salt and bath soak formulations. The medium grain size can also be added to bar soaps to give a unique, attractive and exfoliating texture to the bars.
Average Particle Size: 4-5 mm
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.