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September 8, 2011
Made me break out in tiny littles bumps all over my forehead and nose. Going to the beach always clears me up 100% but I bought 100% natural dead sea salt and soaked my face it a mixture of warm water and sea salt for about 10 minutes, for some reason it got rid of all the acne I had but it gave me tiny bumps all over my face but mainly on my forehead and nose.
August 26, 2011
made my skin look smoother/better but that might just be my opptomism
feels kind of sticky after a while
i just started this today, actually like 20 minutes ago and my skin looks a bit better but that could just be me hoping that would happen... my skin felt rilly soft though! i will try to keep posted though. wish me luck:) ps. my acne is more lightly moderate than just moderate but they dont have an option for that so...
August 14, 2011
may dry a little
Iv been going to the beach about a week now and i can see that the salt water is reducing my acne by a lot! highly recommend
June 24, 2010
stings if you have a scratch
a little messy at first
it will add to your skins beauty it even helps helps psoriasis. It acts like the dead see
April 23, 2010
Can dry skin, so be sure to moisturize after rinsing.
I first noticed sea salt's effect on my blackheads when my nose piercing developed hypertrophic scarring and I began doing sea salt soaks every day. Though my nose was red because they were REALLY hot, the scarring disappeared and I noticed the blackheads and clogged pores that I usually have on and around my nose were disappearing. Now I steam my face with this a few times a week and in the morning instead of using a face wash I use my own premade solution of sea salt and water to rinse my face. It works! Try it.
March 28, 2010
-sloughs off dead skin
-stings if rubbed in
-must be gentle with it
You should always be gentle when using any exfoliation product, but I am super gentle with this and do not use it everyday because my skin is sensitive from benzaclin/retin-A regimen .. the retin-a constantly makes my skin shed, so I use the sea salt as a rinse and it softens my skin and makes me feel emotionally calmer -- I picture myself being healed in an ocean on an exotic island (far from the realities of brooklyn lol) Whenever I go to the beach I notice firmer, and acne free skin, so I thought why not make pour some sea salt in my hand, add water over it and splash my face a few times.. this naturally pops my zits I NEVER SCRUB, I only splash.. leaves me with noticeably smoother and glowing skin. I lightly scrub the sea salt on my back and KP arms (I know keratosis pilaris on arms and a cystic face,, I don't have the best skin people but beauty is from WITHIN) and the sea salt really helps the KP..
March 18, 2010
Gets rid of flakes
Can sting a bit at initial use
I have tried different scrubs, clothes and beads but sea salt beats them all hands down. Make sure you buy FINE sea salt.
September 14, 2009
Easy, cheap, healing, soothing
I use non-iodizined table salt, it's super cheap. I mix 1/2 tps with my mild face wash and gently exfoliate morning and night. I have mixed it with honey to create a mask and wear it while I soak in the tub (messy, but who cares, you're in the bath). I have a highly concentrated solution of salt and water in a bottle. I apply a dab before bed and sleep with it all night. I have very, VERY sensitive skin. Most things cause my skin to react, burn and peal. I have had no problems with using salt. My skin is smoother and far less irritated. It has brought any cysts to head and reduced blackheads and whiteheads
September 13, 2009
Doesn't dry out face
Bumps disappear, come to a head and/or reduce in size
Right in my cabinet so it was free
None so far.
I use table salt... I didn't know it was a bad choice until coming on here. It doesn't aggrivate my skin at all... I put hot water and table salt in a bowl, bring it to a boil in the microwave, dip a towel in the water, wipe my face then place the towel on my face, pressing it to my forehead. I repeat this till the water is cold, let it xdry then I apply my spot treatment.. So far, so good!
Great exfolliant (especially when used with olive oil - 1-2 teaspoons of each, mixed).
Cheap and easy to get.
Gave me tiny zits on my forehead.
Wouldn't recommend it as a mask because it is aggressive.
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