A: It would be my recommendation to NEVER ingest Epsom salts with additives and/or essential oils even though it is gluten free. Lavender should only be taken internally under the care and direction of a qualified naturopathic professional. It can be toxic at certain levels. Otherwise…products for external use do not need to be gluten free even for the most sensitive celiacs. Gluten only affects the internal digestive system via ingestion…it is not absorbed through the skin.
A: Hi Lyoung – Thanks for viewing our bath salts! Epson salt is great for easing aches and muscle pains. This item isn’t made with gluten. Thanks for dropping by. - Anita
A: Epsom salts are recommended to be added to bath water at a rate of 1-2 cups for an average bathtub (~42 gallons of water). Dry volume of Epsom salts vary with grain size, but on average 1 cup by volume is about 8.5-9 ounces by weight. A fair estimate is in fact 3-6 average baths worth in this 48 ounce bag.
A: Hi DMad - Great question! This package of soothing bath salts will last about 3 to 6 baths depending on the size of the tub and usage desired. Thanks so much, and have a fantastic day! - Stephanie
A: Hi SealBeachCat - That's a great question! This is a 48 oz package of salts. Have a great day! - Matt
A: They printed 34 oz/ 964 grams on the jar. It’s quite large.
A: Hi Steph – Great question! Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt) gives a slightly foaming action when it dissolves. Thanks for stopping by. - Phonsavanh
A: Hi Meg - Thanks for asking! These relaxing epsom salts are infused with lavender oil, and have a light lavender scent. Have a great day! - Stephanie
A: Yes, it is a 3 pound bag.
A: Hello Melf - Thanks for asking about this package of soothing bath salts for soaking! This package of bath salts has a total volume of 48 ounces. I hope you find this information helpful! - Christopher