Westlab Dead Sea Bath Salts 1kg Half Price @ Ocado - £2.49
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Westlab Dead Sea Bath Salts 1kg Half Price @ Ocado - £2.49

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Found 31st Mar
Half price when you order by 10/04/2018. Offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotional items per customer.


Also half price Epsom Bath Salts (£2.49), Himalayan Bath Salts (£2.49) and Magnesium Flakes (£3.99).
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    I believe ive seen 500g bags in poundland.
    Also can order large 25kg bags for 18-25 quid on eBay Amazon etc
    phillyboy4 m ago

    I believe ive seen 500g bags in poundland.Also can order large 25kg bags …I believe ive seen 500g bags in poundland.Also can order large 25kg bags for 18-25 quid on eBay Amazon etc


    Me too, I bought one a few weeks back.
    I got some on the Lloyds Pharmacy deal a few weeks ago, can't say bathing in it made any difference in any way.
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    phillyboy30 m ago

    I believe ive seen 500g bags in poundland.Also can order large 25kg bags …I believe ive seen 500g bags in poundland.Also can order large 25kg bags for 18-25 quid on eBay Amazon etc


    Never seen them in my local Poundland shops. I never see any of the deals on here in my local ones

    Well this is a decent price for 1KG. Maybe worth trying a small bag like this before committing to buying kilos of the stuff. It's also more manageable when you have to pour the salts in the bath.
    I have tried the Epsom salts twice so far only when half price.
    same price in Home Bargains.
    Two for £4.50 in Home Bargains
    I think Aldi has some too.
    I've always wondered if using salt in your bath would corrode plug chains and other metal bits.
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    banjomike2 m ago

    I've always wondered if using salt in your bath would corrode plug chains …I've always wondered if using salt in your bath would corrode plug chains and other metal bits.


    Nope. Haven't noticed any damage. They're bath salts so designed for this usage.
    Just don't snort them
    Be wary. These salts killed an entire sea. Imagine what they'll do to your bath!
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    HyperLuminal2 m ago

    Be wary. These salts killed an entire sea. Imagine what they'll do to your …Be wary. These salts killed an entire sea. Imagine what they'll do to your bath!


    hearts222 h, 11 m ago

    Nope. Haven't noticed any damage. They're bath salts so designed for this …Nope. Haven't noticed any damage. They're bath salts so designed for this usage.


    From the website
    Chemical Composition: Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Chloride, Bromide, Sulphates, Insolubles, Water of Crystallization

    Nothing to do with it being "designed for this usage". It's salt, so it'll corrode. The reason you haven't "noticed any damage" is your fittings are all plated.
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    qbs43 m ago

    From the websiteChemical Composition: Magnesium Chloride, Potassium …From the websiteChemical Composition: Magnesium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Calcium Chloride, Bromide, Sulphates, Insolubles, Water of CrystallizationNothing to do with it being "designed for this usage". It's salt, so it'll corrode. The reason you haven't "noticed any damage" is your fittings are all plated.



    Rinse the bath well after so the salt won't remain in there corroding anything.

    Use according instructions on the bag and don't use them if your bath tub isn't suitable according to the manufacturer.

    I haven't noticed any damage. Why is that even in quotes?
    I haven't even thought about the salts corroding the fittings as I assume the salts are formulated specifically for this usage and tested. Sorry if I made a wrong assumption.

    I would have thought companies producing them wouldn't want customers complaining that the salts they sell ruined their bath tub. Simply that.
    Edited by: "hearts22" 31st Mar
    go for the epsom salts if any come up on a deal good for detox and skin rashes
    hearts221 h, 30 m ago

    Rinse the bath well after so the salt won't remain in there corroding …Rinse the bath well after so the salt won't remain in there corroding anything. Use according instructions on the bag and don't use them if your bath tub isn't suitable according to the manufacturer. I haven't noticed any damage. Why is that even in quotes? I haven't even thought about the salts corroding the fittings as I assume the salts are formulated specifically for this usage and tested. Sorry if I made a wrong assumption. I would have thought companies producing them wouldn't want customers complaining that the salts they sell ruined their bath tub. Simply that.


    It's not "formulated specifically for this usage". It's made by evaporating Dead Sea water (hence Dead Sea Salt) and sold to anybody who'll pay and used for whatever purpose they want. Whether it's "snake oil" or not is open to debate.
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    qbs11 m ago

    It's not "formulated specifically for this usage". It's made by …It's not "formulated specifically for this usage". It's made by evaporating Dead Sea water (hence Dead Sea Salt) and sold to anybody who'll pay and used for whatever purpose they want. Whether it's "snake oil" or not is open to debate.


    I understood that. I made a wrong assumption like I said earlier.
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