Bring the beach home
“Basking in a warm sea salt bath with magnesium and
vitamin D is an at-home way to replicate a day of ocean play,”
says Nadine Artemis, founder of the beauty line Living Libations and
author of the book Renegade Beauty.
“After salt, magnesium is the most abundant ion in ocean water,”
explains Artemis, whose devotees include Julianne Moore, Lisa Bonet
and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
“Magnesium salt is made from seawater,
and soaking in a bath with these salts boosts the body’s magnesium stores
and is a superb muscle and mind relaxant.”
Artemis suggests adding 16 ounces of sea salt or four to eight ounces of
magnesium salt (magnesium chloride) to running bath water.
Afterwards, she massages in her SunDew Transdermal Vitamin D Crème,
a topical application of vitamin D3 to boost sun-kissed skin."

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