Pink Himalayan Salt

An ancient mineral for modern texture

We love its gorgeous coral hue. We love the taste. We rely on it to preserve our food. We make lamps out of it, line spa walls with it and keep a grinder of it near our stoves. Pink Himalayan Salt has dozens of modern day uses, but the mineral itself is estimated to be hundreds of million of years old. Here’s why we love it as an essential ingredient:

Pink Himalayan Salt is mined, not processed like regular table salt, which is why it retains its varying hues of pink. It is extracted from Mother Earth, from the great Salt Range of the Himalayas. It is believed to be one of the healthiest salts, and the purest available because trace minerals are not stripped out of those gorgeous salmon-colored crystals. Those minerals are also what gives Pink Himalayan Salt its metallic taste on the tongue.

Those minerals, like manganese, phosphorus, potassium, and iron are vital to our bodies. They balance fluids, help us avoid dehydration, aid digestion and add electrolytes, which better better brain and muscle function. As an ingredient in our clean, pure and beautiful haircare, Pink Himalayan Salt adds waves, body and structure to the hair, making it an essential ingredient for textural stylers and sprays. 

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