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Besides adding flavor in various dishes, sea salt is also great for your skin and hair. Before explaining you how to use it for hair growth and agains dandruff, here’s what you should know about it.
This type of salt is produced from the natural evaporation of saltwater lakes or seawater. It can contain trace materials such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, depending on the used source of water.
These elements add color and flavor. It’s because of this that every piece of sea salt is different from the rest – they all have different coarseness level.
Here are some components of sea salt and their health benefits:
1. Calcium. Cleanses pores, strengthens cells, soothes skin cells.
Magnesium. Improves cell metabolism.
3. Bromide. Anti-inflammatory properties and healing power.
4. Sodium Chloride. Helps eliminate toxic waste, hydrates skin cells.
5. Zinc. Natural UV rays blocker that enhances cell growth and regeneration.
6. Sulfur. Alleviates symptoms of skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis.
Dandruff is one of the most common hair problems, affecting half of the world population. Some get easily embarrassed when they notice white flakes covering their shoulders. Luckily, you can use sea salt to remove those stubborn dead skin cells. Although the first “solution” you might think of is buying an anti-dandruff shampoo, most of them are not effective, and even contain harmful chemicals for your hair.