Dr. Teal’s Eucalyptus Spearmint Epsom Salt

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Dr. Teal’s Eucalyptus & Spearmint Epsom Salt Soaking Solution relaxes the body and relieves the mind. Spearmint is restorative for the body while eucalyptus stimulates the senses. Soaking in Epsom Salt relieves tension by removing lactic acid and impurities to soothe muscle aches and speed recovery.

Dr Teal’s Epsom Salt Soaking Solution Combines Pure Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate U.S.P.), which is known to revitalize tired, achy muscles and refresh skin’s appearance, with luxurious essential oils to soothe the senses and provide relief from stress.

For more details and other uses for epsom salt, visit http://drteals.pdcbrandsusa.com/uses-of-epsom-salt

Available at WalMart, Target, Ulta, Walgeens, and other mass retailers. MSRP $5.


Soak away sore muscles. Pour at least 2 cups of Dr Teal’s Epsom Salt under warm, running bath water. Soak for 20 minutes for relief of sore muscles.


Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt), Fragrance


I slowly poured about one and a half cups of the epsom salt under the bath faucet, as hot as I could stand it. After I aided the water in the dissolving process by mixing the salt around with my arm, I got in and soaked for about 20 minutes. I sweat a bit, which is good, and helps the body release toxins. The bath was relaxing due to the aromatic fragrance of the essential oils, calming eucalyptus with a hint of mint. The smell filled the entire bathroom and even lasted for days afterward. I would say that it did help a bit in relieving the sore muscles in my legs which I had worked out the day prior.


  • Relaxing
  • Smells great
  • Helped relieve sore muscles
  • Healthy ingredients
  • Great price


  • None!

I would definitely recommend Dr. Teal’s Eucalyptus & Spearmint Epsom Salt Soaking Solution to anyone who wants to relax in a bath and enjoy a great aroma while doing great things for their body – all at a great price!


Katie Pierce

About Katie Pierce

My name is Katie and I graduated from the University of Kansas in 2012 with a B.G.S. in the History of Art, and a minor in Applied Behavioral Science. Currently I am working as a substitute teacher from grades preK to 12th grade. This job is fun, but my favorite job is being a wife to my husband, Stephen, who is a Paramedic. On our days off we like to go on runs with our beautiful American Eskimo, cook together, venture off to local breweries, and personalize our new home. -Not all in one day though ;) You can visit my blog at http://www.diylifeaftercollege.com for some diy tutorials and recipes.

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