The Grounding Crystals
Inspired by the harmonising rituals of ancient Ayurvedic Healing, Chinese Medicine and Shamanic practices, this experiential collection takes you on a sensual journey of transformative textures and self-care rituals for holistic rejuvenation of skin, body and mind. As humans, we desire a greater sense of connection and compassion and as a direct response to this, ESPA have carefully formulated the new Modern Alchemy Collection.
Delve into your own ancient bathing ritual to purify mind, body and soul with The Grounding Crystals, a beautifully soothing salt soak inspired by ancient traditions that harnessed the power of minerals and water to re-energise and purify, the delicate detoxifying pink crystals leave skin feeling soft, nourished and deeply cleansed while an aromatic blend of Ylang Ylang, Ginger and Vetiver grounds the body, mind and soul.
Salt and Water have been used for centuries to purify both body and mind. Soaking in a bath full of salt is like bathing in an ocean of energy as your body resonates with the natural frequency of Himalayan and Epsom minerals, which help cleanse and comfort aching muscles.
Allow an aromatic blend of grounding Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood and Vetiver to ground skin, body and mind.
- Himalayan Pink Salt – Pink salt comes from the Himalayan foothills. It is a fossil salt from the Mesozoic era more than 200 million years ago. The salt has an extraordinary purity. Due to the salt being natural, free from refining and pollution, it contains an exceptional mineral richness. It contains up to 84 elements, most importantly potassium, magnesium, iron & copper. In bathing products these minerals bring a deep feeling of calm
- Epsom Salt – Celebrated for its many benefits including re-energising, purifying, detoxifying and cleansing and is widely used in Chinese medicine
- Amber Extract – Known for helping balance emotions and energising, Amber is widely used to release negative energy
- Skin feels deeply cleansed*
- Skin feels purified*
- Skin feels re-energised*
*Independent user trial of 60 panelists