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That was my question. This is a rip off and amazon usually has better prices. Disappointing.
Robin S
· December 16, 2016
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Epsom Salt and PERFUME.
it's a powerful and gross scent that I couldn't get out of my tub for weeks. I returned the bag.

M. Hassett
· September 29, 2016
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I guess you can. I put it in my bath and I do wash my face .There is no problems.
candace graves
· May 31, 2016
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No bubbles. This is a pure epsom salt soak with natural essential oils. Dr Teal's Epsom salt dissolves in warm water - very fine crystals.
Alicia
· June 30, 2016
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One bag - Walgreens has them for about half that price
Barclay Blanchard
· December 14, 2016
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I thought I was getting four of each, meanwhile, I got two bags, they charged me $33 and won't respond!!!
Lisa
· February 8, 2018
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all you snowflakes complaining about smell, don't buy it then. I think it smells awesome.
DG
· July 11, 2018
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Absolutely. I have been using it 3-4 times a week for 6 months with no problems. Love this stuffffff!
Recognize Me
· September 27, 2015
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I have not used the Dr Teal's with charcoal; I have used the pink Himalayan and spearmint & eucalyptus. I enjoy soaking in both of these.
Deborah Curtis
· August 13, 2018
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Its up to you. I don't like to soak in soapy dirty water, so I shower first, Then I can relax in a hot bath knowing my body and hair are soaking in clean water. I should mention though that bath time is an experience for me : I have a deep whirlpool and it takes almost 100 gallons of water. And for me to justify u… see more Its up to you. I don't like to soak in soapy dirty water, so I shower first, Then I can relax in a hot bath knowing my body and hair are soaking in clean water. I should mention though that bath time is an experience for me : I have a deep whirlpool and it takes almost 100 gallons of water. And for me to justify using that much water , I want to get the most use out of it : So I set up my laptop with a movie or a show next to the tub, or bring a book/music, bring a glass of wine or water, and plan to stay in there for an hour or so ( smiley face) see less Its up to you. I don't like to soak in soapy dirty water, so I shower first, Then I can relax in a hot bath knowing my body and hair are soaking in clean water. I should mention though that bath time is an experience for me : I have a deep whirlpool and it takes almost 100 gallons of water. And for me to justify using that much water , I want to get the most use out of it : So I set up my laptop with a movie or a show next to the tub, or bring a book/music, bring a glass of wine or water, and plan to stay in there for an hour or so ( smiley face)