Some Weak, Indirect Evidence Suggests That It Might Help a Bit
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Reduces overall redness of skin
Prevents pimples and blackheads from forming
Makes skin feel clean and fresh
Easy to use Stings if you get in eyes
Tastes pretty bad if you get in mouth Started using about three weeks ago. Most of my pimples cleared up within a week and my acne scars lightened.
First I wash my face with purpose bar soap and rinse
Then take about a tablespoon of epsom salt and scrub my face using my fingertips concentrating more on my problem areas
I pat/air dry and follow with cetaphil moisturizer just around eyes, upper lip, nose and chin where I get dry.
I then apply Burts Bees spot treatment oil with a cotton swab to my problem areas
I do this regimen morning and night.
I stopped using the epsom salt about a week ago because I thought that maybe it wasn't the part of my regimen that was helping but after a few days I noticed little bumps/blackheads forming on my forehead and the overall red appearence of my forehead returned.
I'm back to scrubbing with the epsom salt every day and my skin is starting to clear up again.
I definately recommend this as well as the purpose bar soap and burts bees spot treatment. Anything with willowbark extract(such as the BB spot treatment) has always been really good on my acne.
Aids in sleep, helps remove inflammation, clears skin, soothes skin, removes pimples, etc drys out skin a bit. Great product. It helps in sulfate deficiency situations and if you have a bad pimple especially inflamed pimple, even if you can't notice it much but, you feel it under the skin, dunk in a epsom salt bath. Keep yourself particularly, the spot under water. It will dry it out and unclog pores. I noticed this watching doctor oz. I found this product helpful. I had a inflamed pimple. I took the bath and it went down and away over a couple days. Repetition is key. Give it a try. A natural path said that 6months is adequate amount of time before knowing if something is really working. Its so cheap, its well worth it. Just moisturize well.
exfoliates great can be messy
burns if you get it in your eyes I use this once a week along with Retin-A and Jojoba oil/ caster oil cleansing method. My skin is looking the best it has in years!
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-doesn't dry skin
-really exfoliates well only started using it but i guess none for now
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-makes skin soft
- drains toxins from your body ( like heavey metals)
-easy and cheap to use
-fast and effective You might miss buying bp and other acne treatments
you might also miss looking at the red spots on your face but you'll get used to it. Ive just been using Epsom salts for a little less than a week and the results are amazing! My pimples are pretty much gone! And my acne scars are really hard to see! I can't believe I didn try this sooner I always have Epsom salt in my bathroom!
What I do:
All you need is hot( or warm ) water and Epsom salts.
In a small bowl I pour in about 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt , next add in 1 tablespoon of hot water.
Rub the scrub on your face with wet hands. The extra water will let the salt disslove so It get get into your pores. Once you use up all the salt and water mixture then rinse off your face with Luke warm water then pat dry.
Epsom salt will not dry out your skin. Make sure you don't scrub too hard!