Worth Your Salt

According to one website we recently looked at "salt" is what people used to get paid in, and it is the basis for the word "salary". Wikipedia in fact says that the etymology of the word Salary derives from the Middle English salaire, from the Latin word salarium, a payment made in salt (sal) or for salt, from salarius meaning pertaining to salt. So it true. Hence the phrases "worth your salt" and "salt of the earth." Any way you look at it, salt is and always has been important.

After a long day, a nice long soak in a hot bath is just the ticket. If you add bath salts to the experience, so much the better! Adding a little salt to your water can actually help improve circulation and reduce tenderness.

Lanikai Bath and Body bath salts come in a variety of soothing fragrances, using only Hawaiian salt as their principal ingredient. Our Mineral Bath Salt combines Hawaiian Sea Salts and Hawaiian Ogo Seaweed to relax you and soften your skin while bathing. Rich in minerals including magnesium, calcium, sodium and potassium, our bath salts soothe your body with a warm bath, easing muscle tension while softening your skin. The Mineral Bath Salts of Lanikai Bath & Body. Made in Hawaii. Naturally. Our ingredients speak for themselves. (definitely worth their salt!).