Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse (2.0mm - 5.0mm)
One of the purest, most pristine salts in the world, Himalayan Salt, mined by hand from the foothills of the Himalayas. Perfect for culinary use, and in baths soak and scrubs.
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Himalayan Pink Salt comes from prehistoric waters from millions of years ago from unpolluted seas. One of the purest, most pristine salts in the world, Naissance 100% pure Himalayan Salt, mined by hand from the foothills of the Himalayas in the Punjab region of Pakistan. Containing over 80 minerals including iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulphate, giving its distinctive colour. Our coarse salt has a darker mix of grains and can range from deep pink to red.
Himalayan Salt is said to have a superior taste to that of standard sea salts. This form of salt is ideal for culinary use, its mild and balanced and will enhance the flavour of your dishes.
This mineral rich salt is the perfect accompaniment to any relaxing bath. The Himalayan salts help to enrich the water making it smooth and silky, which can help soften and moisturise the skin. It is believed that a salt bath can help deep cleanse the skin.
Available in coarse, medium or fine grain.
Certified cruelty free and vegan friendly.
A fabulous addition to any bath. Pour some Himalayan Salt into your warm bath. Add a few drops of your favourite essential oils for a soothing and relaxing spa experience in your own home.
Use to make your own body scrubs, bath salts and cosmetics.
Why not switch regular sea salt for Himalayan Pink Salt and experience the superior taste for yourself?
If you are looking for a finer grain to use in scrubs and treatments we also have medium and fine grades available.
As with any new product always conduct a patch test before first use.
Himalayan Pink Salt – Coarse (2-5mm)
Country of Origin
Ranging from dark pink to deep red
Himalayan Pink Salt is hand mined from the Punjab region of Pakistan, near the foothills of the Himalayas. The salt is obtained from the remains of ancient, dried up seas from millions of years ago. Unlike other salts nothing is added or done to Himalayan salt other than mining and reshaping it, which is why it is one of the purest salts we know of.