Salt Rub

Prepare by mixing
  • 1 cup of sea salt, Epsom salts, or a Kosher salt (no iodine)
  • 1/3-1/2 cup of honey
  • 1-2 tablespoons of olive or sesame oil.
The oil can be warmed before adding. It should be a slightly gooey consistency.

* Disrobe in a warm room.

* I do not recommend doing the face, but a moisture mask or detoxifying mask could be applied before starting.

* Find a stool to sit on and a towel to catch any excess scrub.

* Stand or sit in a dry tub or shower.

* Starting with the feet, massage the salt rub in small circles always moving toward the direction of the heart.

* AVOID contact with the anus, vagina, eyes, nose, or any skin disruption such as serious acne.

* When you have reached your heart level start with your fingertips and move toward the heart once again and finish with the shoulders and torso.

* For the back a sling body scrubber can be used to massage the salt rub into harder to reach areas.

* Extra attention can be paid in the following areas with good result; the legs, to remove ingrown hairs and exfoliate the knees and ankles; the hips, thighs, and buttocks to smooth and tighten the skin.