Full Body Salt Bath

In contrast to a normal bath in which moisture is extracted from the skin, in a salt bath the salt is deposited into the hard outer or calloused skin and binds the moisture. This preserves the skin's natural protective layer and prevents the skin from drying out. Salt baths are therefore particularly recommended for dry skin.

But not only the skin benefits from a salt bath. Salt baths are known for their purifying effect. Osmosis releases the body's toxins into the bath water, while minerals from the brine are absorbed by the skin. A Sole bath gives excellent supports to body deacidification and leads to a balanced, natural pH-value of the skin.

Observations made in connection with the cycles of the moon suggest that therapeutic salt baths show most effectiveness during the changes of the moon. At full moon the absorption capacity of minerals is optimal, while at new moon the purification capacity of the organism is strongest.


Women with towel at bathside

Activating Self-Healing Power

The crystal salt bath is a true sea of energy for our body. The function of the organs responds to the natural frequency pattern of the crystal salt, thereby getting the body's natural regulatory mechanism going, and activating the body's self-healing power.

The concentration of the salt bath can be slowly increased from one to three percent. The higher the concentration, the greater the detoxification effect, but also more exhausting for the body.

Salt baths should not be taken more than twice a week. If you use untreated natural salt for your salt bath, just pat yourself dry: Do not shower and do not rub!



  • The salt bath should have a salt concentration of at least one percent. This corresponds approximately to the salt concentration of our body fluids. For a standard bathtub you need about 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) of salt.
  • The temperature should be about 37 degrees C (98.6 degrees F).
  • Use Sole alone without any other bath additives.
  • Keep the duration of the bath to about 20 minutes.
  • Pat yourself dry, do not rub or shower after the bath.
  • Rest for half an hour after the bath.

Best used for:

Salt baths have a positive effect on numerous aches and pain. However, they do strain the circulation. If you suffer from a cardiovascular problems, consult first with your doctor.

  1. Stress and exhaustion
  2. Detoxification and deacidification
  3. Activation of self-healing power
  4. Neurodermatitis
  5. Dry or oily skin
  6. Common colds (but not with high fever)
  7. Insomnia
  8. Burnout syndrome
  9. Enjoyment