Saltability's Himalayan Salt Named "Best Exfoliation Tool" in Healing Lifestyles & Spas Awards

USA, Boca Raton, Florida. June 10, 2020

Saltability's Himalayan Salt Cellulite/Body Scrubber has been named "Best Exfoliation Tool" in Healing Lifestyles & Spas' 11th annual Earth Day Beauty Awards. Each year, the online wellness publication awards its Earth Day Beauty Awards to recognize "the very best" of beautiful, ethically produced indie beauty products.

Saltability is the spa industry's leading global provider of warmers for Himalayan salt stone massage and other Himalayan salt spa treatments and wellness products. Saltability products and treatments are found at top spas and wellness destinations worldwide, including Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons in London and Hong Kong, Montage Laguna Beach, the MGM Macau and more.

Created to address cellulite areas on the thighs, outer arms, stomach and upper legs, Saltability's Himalayan Salt Cellulite/Body Scrubber uses skin-nourishing Himalayan salt to provide gentle exfoliation. The body scrubber improves skin's appearance by imparting minerals and alkalinity as it exfoliates, providing skin with a more youthful and smoother look.

"We are thrilled to receive this recognition from Healing Lifestyles & Spas, which is a staple for spa-goers seeking to live the spa life day-to-day," said Ann Brown, CEO and founder of Saltability. "Since we introduced our Himalayan Salt Cellulite/Body Scrubber in late 2019, it's quickly become a popular retail item for our client spas - consumers love the exfoliation, reduction of adhesions on the skin surface and noticeable difference it makes - and we appreciate Healing Lifestyles & Spas' recognition of this all-natural, healing exfoliation tool."

Born from the primal sea, where scientists and scholars believe all life originated, was dried up by energy from the sun, Saltability's hand-carved, organic salt stones are mined from the Himalayan Mountains through socially, environmentally responsible manufacturing. To support their connection to Pakistan and the area from which their 100% pure Himalayan salt is harvested, Saltability partners with organizations that promote equality through programs and services and make a positive difference for the people of Pakistan and environment. For more information, please visit saltability.com.

Healing Lifestyles & Spas is an online magazine focused on infusing integrative spa modalities, healing remedies, integrative medicine, wellness and sustainable practices into daily life and providing inspiration to live a healthy and healing spa lifestyle.


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