Why is Pink Himalayan Salt Great on Skin?

So why does ANSHI contain pink Himalayan salt as the main ingredient?

Our skin has three top layers: the epidermis, the dermis, and the hypodermis. In order for something to truly be transdermal, you have to scrub the very outer layers of the skin off that are designed to ‘protect’ instead of ‘absorb.’

Scrubbing the stratum corneum through microdermabrasion is essentially achieved with ANSHI through the use of the pink Himalayan salt.

I recently had a relaxing day at the Korean salt spa, and now I understand the importance of Himalayan salt. The minerals within the salt improve the physical, chemical, and hydrodynamic conditions of the body. 

The respiratory system is purified, circulation improves, the immune system is strengthened, and muscles are relaxed. I highly recommend halotherapy (salt therapy) alongside using any of our amazing ANSHI products.

We are all familiar with pink Himalayan salt, whether it is used in our kitchen or used as someone's house decor. Many people do not understand the many benefits Himalayan Salt has to offer or even the origin of where it comes from. Many people guess pink Himalayan salt is from the Himalayas, and the name holds true. More specifically from Punjab, in the foothills in the Himalayas. 

Two hundred and fifty million years ago, ocean layers were lifted and the Himalayas formed. The Himalayas were covered in lava and were enclosed with snow and ice for a thousand years. Ever since then the salt has been protected and the environment maintained untouched.

As we all know Himalayan salt is pink, but where does the unique color come from? Salt is typically white because it consists of pure sodium chloride. However, Himalayan salt contains 98% sodium chloride making it an off white color. The rest of the salt consists of minerals such as potassium, magnesium, and calcium giving the salt a light pink color.

So, now that you understand the importance of using Himalayan salt on your skin...try ANSHI today!

Meet the Author:
Alli is the newest member of the ANSHI team as Marketing Coordinator. She is currently finishing up her Bachelors of Art in Organizational Communication studies. She is looking forward to contributing to ANSHI's success!  

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