Monthly Archives: March 2011

Feed Your Skin 3 –

Ojaván Npató Mineral Mud The mineral mud of the Great Salt Lake is unique.  The lake is very shallow with an average depth of 13ft. With the fluctuation of spring runoff and summer evaporation, the shoreline expands and shrinks dramatically. … Continue reading

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Otekah – Eucalyptus Aromatherapy Bath Salt

Name: Otekah Pronounced: Oh-tee-kuh Meaning: Sun Maiden in Navajo Benifits: Balance    Fortifies    Soothing Available in: 7.5oz & 1.3lbs Scented with eucalyptus balanced with smokey quartz Ojaván bath salts originate when the healing waters of the Great Salt Lake, America’s Dead Sea evaporate and … Continue reading

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Soyala – Peppermint Aromatherapy Bath Salt

Name: Soyala Pronounced: (So-yah-lah) Meaning: Time of Winter Solstice in Hopi Benefits: Concentration    Harmony    Balance Available in: 7.5oz & 1.3lbs Scented with peppermint balanced with celestite Ojaván bath salts originate when the healing waters of the Great Salt Lake, America’s Dead … Continue reading

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