Tuesday, October 18, 2011

100% Natural Muscle Soak Bath Salt by San Francisco Bath Salt Review

I have rheumatoid arthritis so my muscles and joints ache most of the time.Especially  when the weather is damp and rainy like it has been all week.As that weather makes it worse.There is nothing like soaking in a hot tub to make me feel better but this time I was super excited to add some bath salts. As I was sent the  Muscle Soak Bath Salts from San Francisco Bath Salt Company

The smell is wonderful as it is made with Epsom salts infused with essential oils of Eucalyptus and Peppermint. And talk about relaxing~this stuff makes you not want to leave the bath

    Natural Sea Salts to enhance your well-being! From the inside out..."
 We are all about the salt - our philosophy is harnessing natural mineral sea salts to enhance your well-being, from the inside out. Our Mission is to raise customers’ awareness of the amazing benefits of natural sea salts.

We design, develop, and manufacture all of of own products. We have two production facilities (our bath salts division is in Union City, CA and our food salt division is in nearby Hayward, CA). In addition to our own lines and brands, we also design and manufacture products for many other bath and body companies as well as supply raw salts to the cosmetic and food industry. We directly import all of our raw, natural salts from reliable suppliers around the world and guarantee their authenticity. We maintain a large stock to ensure low pricing, short lead times, and quick shipping.

I love the bath salts and would recommend them to anyone that just needs to relax at the end of the day.
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San Francisco Salt Company has also gave my readers a 5% discount code to shop online. Just use coupon code: tomoson and it will take the discount off your order!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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