Supplier's Corner

Natural Sourcing Rolls Out Bolivian Pink Salt

December 4, 2007

Natural Sourcing’s latest addition to its line of specialty salts for cosmeceutical use is Bolivian Pink Salt, available in fine and coarse grain sizes. Bolivian Pink Salt is a crystal rock salt harvested by hand from ancient rock salt beds discovered under the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia. It has a rosy-pink, speckled hue. In addition to its sodium chloride (salt) content, Bolivian Pink Salt is said to be remarkably rich in other minerals including calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and an array of other essential and trace minerals, making it a highly nourishing and functional ingredient for bathing, exfoliation, mouth rinses and other cosmeceutical applications.

This new ingredient helps to restore the natural chemical balance of the skin, make it look and feel smoother and may heal skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Bolivian Pink Salt’s mineral composition is superior to sea salt for use in bath salts and other personal care products intended to ease muscular aches and pains, promote relaxation and reduce stiffness.
More info: www.naturalsourcing.com
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