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Shepard Moon’s Detox Support Epsom Salt Bath is an absolute must for anyone going through a detoxifying cleanse. Originally formulated to support healthcare professionals in working with clients, this powerful soak was created to assist your body in removing impurities and eliminate toxins. Made with a therapeutic blend of 100% pure essential oils of Lemon, Helichrysum, Juniper, Cypress, Ginger, Fennel, Chamomile and Ylang blended into USP pharmaceutical grade Epsom Salt, this gentle yet powerful bath improves releases while supporting digestion. But that’s not all this amazing natural detox remedy does. This bath naturally balances and calms emotional stress and alleviates headaches and body aches that often accompany a detox cleanse. Like all Shepard Moon products, this bath is made simply with all-natural ingredients. We never use preservatives, additives, or artificial perfumes and fragrance oils.

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