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It is advertised as unscented, but it smells like mint.
stefanie carlson
· January 17, 2020
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i called this number to ask and basically the person was reading from bag. no idea where this mag sulfate is from. i will not order.
onebearheart
· March 20, 2019
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Yes, that's what I buy it for. By buying in bulk I can make bath bombs for much less than store bought ones...and I can choose the scents that I really want!
happyness
· July 27, 2019
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The package doesn't list a country of origin, only that it is distributed by Amazon, Seattle, Washington.
Andrea
· November 20, 2019
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It initially stay on the bottom, however, when you swirl it around for awhile it dissolves.
Marilyn Wright
· July 4, 2019
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If you are asking whether you can dissolve epsom salt in water and then safely heat it in a microwave, the answer is yes, provided you use a microwave-safe bowl. I would not heat it dry.
Name unimportant
· September 4, 2019
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Yes, it is magnesium sulfate. Use Google or another search engine to find out how much of a concentration for each purpose.
Ann B.
· June 3, 2019
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No
viengchai kempienski
· August 22, 2019
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Relaxation, removes toxins and purifies your skin. Great product and great price.
Knute
· June 26, 2019