Saje Pain Release Analgesic Bath Salts review, photos

Saje pain release bath salts review

The product: Saje Pain Release Analgesic Bath Salts

Once upon a time, I was a bath-hater. I’ll admit it: we all make mistakes. I started taking baths again last year to use up the Saje Pain Release Analgesic Bath Salts that Boyfriend gave me, but up until that point, I thought they were a waste of time.

How to use the Saje Pain Release Bath Salts

The Saje Pain Release Bath Salts are designed to ease “muscular aches, strains and stiffness” with a blend of essential oils, sea salt, and epsom salt. You add barely anything into each bath (Saje recommends 3-5 teaspoons added to a full bath), close the bathroom door, and let the essential oils envelop you.

Saje pain release analgesic bath salts review

Do the Saje Pain Release Analgesic Bath Salts actually work?

Honestly? I don’t find that these bath salts make a huge difference for me. What really impacts my pain levels is lying in a tubful of scalding hot water–emphasis on the scalding.

If I take a comfortably-warm bath, it doesn’t seem to do anything for my pain levels. But if I take a bath that’s so hot that it’s uncomfortable, my pain levels go way down. The key is getting the water hot enough that it hurts when I first get in the tub, and so hot that I then sweat my way through the rest of my bath.

So no, I guess these bath salts aren’t a must-have for me. However, they’re a really nice addition to a bath, and I love how little you have to use each time. My little baggie of bath salts has lasted me ages, and I’d say that it was well worth the price. 

Availability: $7.95 CAD at Saje.

The Saje Pain Release Analgesic Bath Soak ingredients:

Lavender, Marjoram, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Camphor, Roman Chamomile, Sea Salt, Epsom Salt, Cornstarch, Baking Soda.


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