Jan 14 2016

Vegetabiliska doftljus

Bliss Tru Melange


Absolutely pure Eco-friendly essential oils…if you want to be sure what it is you inhale.

Lucky for you – your family and our nature…

The printed cans are designed with organic ink as well as the glass jar in different sizes with the nice wooden lids. Pure beeswax / soy and 100% essential oils with no artificial or chemical additives. Eco-friendly candles with wonderful aromas that will boht captivate and fascinate you, and give you a pleasing and relaxing atmosphere in your home. Tru mélange can guarantee that these aromatherapy candles are fully made of natural ingredients and with care of our nature.The beeswas / Soy origins from North American farms and is produced to the highest environmental standard, containing no toxins.

Tru Melange has after extensive research managed to get to one in all phases environmentally friendly produced bright aroma therapy candle. The percentage of soy in beeswax candles were crucial to the success. The cotton braided wick along with the environmentally friendly powder coatings provides a fantastic clear color to the candle. A burning that you can enjoy for a long time, and a aromadiffusion playing tricks with your senses.


Aromatherapy scents affect the sense of smell and various parts of the brain, especially the parts related to emotions and where we keep our memories. Also the central nervous system and the glands that controls the hormones are affected when we breathe in the steam of the essential oils in the candles.

Aromatherapy candles are made of therapeutic oils, natural plant materials, all to promote good health, balance and wellbeing. Genuine and natural essential oils with high quality is pure concentrated plant energy …


We work with Health Shops, Spa / Hotel, Flower Shops,  Interior Stores / hairdressers.



Wellness in your home!
We are looking for sales agents in even in Europe
We are currently working with agents in Sweden, and want to work with agents in other parts of Europe. We want to work with established agencies with other established brands. We have three collections of aroma therapi candles and five different bathsalts, all ECO. We offer 15% in sales commission and of course sample collections and marketing.

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  1. 1.    Welcome to the World of Bath Salts
  2. 2.    History of Bath Salts
  3. 3.    The Many Benefits of Sea Salts
  4. 4.    Pure Sea Salt collected from the Atlantic Ocean


1. Welcome to the World of Bath Salts

Escape into a world of total comfort, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Treat yourself to a luxurious experience… you deserve it! By taking a bath 2-3 times a week you can completely transform your mind, body and soul.

Sea salt has been used by people around the world for centuries, and has long been known for its health benefits.

A grain of bath salt begins as raw sea salt, and carries many minerals that are beneficial to the skin. The quality of the bath salt depends on the process it goes through on the way to the store’s shelves. Bath salt can be harvested and sold in its raw form, or it can be heavily processed. When choosing your bath salts, you want to make sure the bath salt is 100% natural – when a bath salt is processed, it often loses all the original minerals and nutrients that carry all the added benefits – so it’s important to choose a pure, natural bath salt.

The minerals inside a high-quality bath salt promote healthy, more youthful skin. When you use a high quality bath salt, you’ll find your skin will feel smoother and softer after your bath. Bath salt also helps purge impurities from your skin, resulting in a clean, radiant glow.

Sea salt is packed with minerals and nutrients – so when sea salt is used in the tub in the form of bath salt, it delivers amazing benefits. Bathing with bath salt is a wonderful way to relax, and the benefits reach far beyond the skin’s surface: high quality bath salts are believed to lower blood pressure, treat conditions such as arthritis and muscle soreness, and have powerful detoxifying properties.


2. History of Bath Salts

The history of bath salts takes us as far back as 2,700 BC, when the Peng-Tzao-Kan-Mu, the earliest recorded pharmacology publication, was published in China. A large section of this volume is dedicated to an exploration of salt mining and usage. More than 40 varieties of salt are described in this ancient book, and along with a description of each salt type there are directions for usage and extraction.

Bath salts have quite a colorful history. For thousands of years, salt – both bath salt and table salt – has played a central role in economies around the world. The buying, selling, and trading of salt has been crucial in the development of cities and cultures in Europe and in Asia. In Greece, salt was often used as currency. In Rome, soldiers were paid not with money, but with salt, hence the first usage of the word “salary”. Historically, salt has been an important source of income and wealth, making it one of the most coveted products in the world.

The history of bath salt is not confined to pure economics; bath salt has a history of being celebrated for its healing properties as well, and has long been used in medicine and treatment for common ailments. Hippocrates encouraged his followers to use salts for their healing properties, thus began the rise of bath salts (in the form of salt water, also known as sole or brine) as a form of medicine. In ancient times, warm salt water was used to treat sore muscles and even arthritis. Salt was also used in topical solutions to treat skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, and freckles.

A Roman doctor by the name of Dioskurides published a 5-volume book called De Materia Medica, in which he details the healing properties and applications of more than 365 herbal and medicinal treatments. In his book, Dioskurides recommends salt as an effective treatment for various wounds, bites, and digestive problems.

Historically, bath salts have also been touted for their cosmetic benefits. In ancient Egypt, Cleopatra soaked in the mineral-rich waters of the Dead Sea, which has the highest salt concentration of any body of water in the world.  Bath salts were known to soften and smooth the skin, while acting as a veritable “fountain of youth” by decreasing the appearance of fine lines.

In Rome, grand bath houses were built in which the elite could soak in communal baths. Bath houses were not only for rest and relaxation, they served as meeting places where people gathered to discuss business and pleasure. Ritualized bathing grew popular in Asia, and Japan opened resorts and spas with bathing as the key attraction.

Today, the history of bath salts extends into the present day, as we enjoy bathing more than ever. Modern spas and wellness centers offer salt water treatments and stores carry bath salts of every color, size, and fragrance. The history of bath salts is fascinating – and bath salts will continue to bring relaxation, health, and wellness to people around the world.



3. The Many Benefits of Sea Salts

Sea salts carry benefits that affect your entire body – not just your skin. In fact, sea salts improve the condition of everything from your heart to your skin. Whether you are sprinkling sea salt on your meal (and sea salt tastes better than table salt!), or you’re soaking in a bath full of sea salt, you’re sure to reap the rewards.

Here’s something that may surprise you: sea salts actually improve your circulatory system. Sea salts have been found to aid in the reduction of heart disease and heart attacks – sea salts regulate your blood pressure and minimize irregular heartbeats. Sea salts also act as a natural antihistamine. Sea salts have been known to effectively clear sinus passageways and even help cleanse lungs of mucous and phlegm. Sea salts are great for your muscles as well – sea salt has been shown to improve muscle strength and tone, and sea salts aide in the prevention of muscle cramps.

The molecular formation of the human blood cell and that of sea water is similar, thereby enabling nutrients and minerals to readily be absorbed through the skin & even into the blood stream.

Sea salts work to maintain the correct balance of electrolytes in your body, and in turn strengthen your immune system while increasing your energy output. Sea salts are great for people who lead active lifestyles, especially athletes. Sea salts also aid in the communication between nerve cells, helping them more efficiently process information sent by the brain. Sea salts are effective in regulating blood sugar levels – sea salts are a must-have for diabetics or anyone with blood sugar imbalances.

And of course, sea salts carry many benefits when used in the tub. Sea salts contain many minerals and nutrients that are beneficial for the skin. Sea salts, when combined with warm water, help open up the pores while plumping up the skin just a bit, giving you a healthy and youthful glow. Sea salts also help treat certain skin conditions such as psoriasis. Sea salts can also relieve the pain of arthritis.

4. Pure Sea Salt collected from the Atlantic Ocean

Pure Sea Salt gives you the fresh feeling of bathing in the sea. Bring the sea water qualities to your home bathing, and activate your body’s own renewal mechanisms.


All of MAGIC BATH salts are sea salts obtained naturally from evaporating sea water. Sea salt is hailed for its health-enhancing minerals, therapeutic properties, and all-natural harvesting process. Adding a little sea salt to the bath can stimulate circulation, ease muscle cramps, help relieve stiffness in joints, aid with arthritis or back pain, and soothe achy, overworked legs and feet. Plus sea salt helps cleanse and detoxify the largest organ in the body—your skin.

Bath salt can be made from several different types of salt, and comes in many grades. At MAGIC BATH, we guarantee our bath salts are the highest grade available: 100% authentic, and all natural.



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