What is Salt Therapy?
Simply put, salt therapy, also known as Halotherapy, is the practice of breathing in salt aerosol in order to detoxify and promote healing within the body.
What is Anti-Aging?
When we hear the term “anti-aging,” we generally think of the smoothness of our skin, the reduction of blemishes and wrinkles, and improved skin tone.
The aging process can be defined as the deterioration and loss of vitality of the skin and other organs throughout the body.
Logically speaking, restoring vitality within the skin and organs can then be defined as anti-aging.
Can Salt Therapy Promote Anti-Aging?
In this article we will take a look at the effects of salt therapy, and evidence on how it promotes healing, regeneration, and restoration of vitality within the cells of the body.
Common anti-aging methods today involve cosmetic surgery, botox injections, or topical creams and solutions to tighten the skin.
❌ All such methods are cosmetic only — and temporary.
❌ The effects of topical creams diminish quickly (within minutes).
❌ Botox injections tend to plump the skin, and often results in unevenly or non-symmetrically plumped skin. In many cases, this treatment often ends with skin disfiguration.
❌ Cosmetic surgery can tighten the skin but the vitality within the cells is not enhanced.
❌ The result: these are all temporary, band-aid solutions.
✅ True anti-aging is not something you can buy in a pill or cream, and cannot be surgically induced.
✅ True anti-aging involves actually rejuvenating the body, the organs, and the skin.
✅ True anti-aging involves replenishing life-force within the nucleus of the cells, promoting growth, repair, and the flow of energy.
Salt Therapy and Your Skin
It has been found that salt therapy improves various skin conditions such as Psoriasis, Eczema, Acne, rashes, itchiness, inflammation, and redness.
In the following “before and after” video, regular salt therapy sessions have improved the symptoms of a Psoriasis patient to such a degree, that the end result shows no trace of Psoriasis at all:
It stands to reason that salt therapy detoxifies the skin and organs in the body.
It also stands to reason that salt therapy not only reduces inflammation, irritation and various skin infections, but promotes healing — which means that the skin is rejuvenated and that the damaged skin cells are regenerated .
An unbiased article from stylecaster.com reports via Jane Guiltinan, ND, the dean of the School of Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University:
…the pure sodium chloride used in modern dry salt therapy acts like an astringent and anti-inflammatory, meaning it pulls gunk from the skin’s protective layer while alleviating some skin conditions.
In this article, we outline several clinical studies that conclude that salt therapy boosts the body’s immune function.
Salt Therapy promotes healing, which means that the skin is rejuvenated and the damaged skin cells are regenerated.Although more studies are needed on the effects of salt therapy on anti-aging, we can logically reason that salt therapy:
✅ calms itchy skin
✅ reduces inflammation
✅ removes toxins
✅ purifies pores
✅ smooths wrinkles
✅ heals blemishes
✅ treats dandruff
✅ boosts hair growth
✅ boosts immune function
✅ promotes cell regeneration
✅ increases vitality in the body
✅ promotes several anti-aging benefits
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