You can begin to enhance the quality of your skin with high-quality saltwater. Sea salt is not only a useful alternative to table salt, but you’ll also be shocked to find out its several beauty benefits for your skin and hair that you have been sleeping on. Let’s tell you all you should know about five shocking beauty benefits of salt water:
1. It has anti-ageing properties
Sea salt scrub helps to make your skin tightened and firm, and this is great for sagging skins. It also comes with a lot of magnesium which boosts cell turnover. This will make your skin look super young and attractive, just the way you want it.
2. Rejuvenates the skin
Bath salts are comfortable and revitalizing bath treatments that will not just make your skin beautiful but will also soothe your mind. You can even use sea salt like homemade bath salts, all you have to do is add a moisturizing oil and nice scented essential oils, and you witness its greatness.
3. It blocks cellulite
Cellulite happens after the piling up of toxins and old fat cells in areas like the thighs and bum. Dry brushing, detox shower, body wraps, and scrubs are ways to stay away from these disturbing dips and dimples. Use an anti-cellulite scrub with sea salt, and you will see changes.
4. Decreases Acne
Sea salt is also brilliant for reducing acne because it destroys acne-causing bacteria and gets rid of excess oils on the skin. It even shrinks huge pores and dries out acne. Acne is nobody’s friend, and sea salt knows how to treat it as an enemy.
5. Tackles eczema
Are you aware that sea salt can help with psoriasis & eczema? If you aren’t, well, now you know. When you use sea salt, it will take away that itch on your skin and get rid of dry, flaky & scaly patches on it that are caused by psoriasis and eczema. Try it and thank us later.
More Information About Salt Water:
Saline water (more commonly known as saltwater) is water that contains a high concentration of dissolved salts (mainly NaCl). The salt concentration is usually expressed in parts per thousand (permille, ‰) or parts per million (ppm). The United States Geological Survey classifies saline water in three salinity categories.
Salt concentration in slightly saline water is around 1,000 to 3,000 ppm (0.1–0.3%), in moderately saline water 3,000 to 10,000 ppm (0.3–1%) and in highly saline water 10,000 to 35,000 ppm (1–3.5%). Seawater has a salinity of roughly 35,000 ppm, equivalent to 35 grams of salt per one liter (or kilogram) of water. The saturation level is dependent on the temperature of the water. At 20 °C one liter of water can dissolve about 357 grams of salt, a concentration of 26.3%. At boiling (100 °C) the amount that can be dissolved in one liter of water increases to about 391 grams, a concentration of 28.1%.
Some industries make use of saline water, such as mining and thermo-electric power.
The thermal conductivity of seawater (3.5% dissolved salt by weight) is 0.6 W/mK at 25 °C. The thermal conductivity decreases with increasing salinity and increases with increasing temperature. The graphs and online calculations in this page plot thermal conductivity for varying salinity and temperature: The salt content can be determined with a salinometer.