Himalayan Crystal Salt Fire Bowl
This is an electric plug in salt lamp. Comes with bulb and power plug.
A 2-3kg salt lamp. 100% natural himalayan salt. The size and shape of this product may vary due to the natural properties of himalayan salt.
By using a Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamp you replace the negatively charged ions in the air which helps us to avoid the alleged physical and mental harm that the ‘electric smog’ creates.
Due to the hygroscopic properties of salt Himalayan salt lamps and candle holders absorb moisture from the air.
If your lamp is ‘sweating’ or leaking water this is generally due to being switched off for extended periods, especially in humid conditions. To remedy, leave in strong sunlight for 4 to 5 hours and brush off any excess crystals. Or wipe gently with a dry cloth.
If you don’t use a Himalayan salt lamp for long periods of time (eg when on holidays), disconnect the cable and remove it from the lamp.
In humid conditions, we recommend placing your lamp onto a small tray or dish in case they may pool water.
The salt lamp is supplied in the protective cardboard box which may become damp in transit due to hygroscopic properties of the lamp.
1. Improves moods and helps with anxiety
2. Neutralizes electromagnetic radiation
3. Reduces allergy and asthma symptoms
4. Increase energy levels
5. Reduces stree and prevent depression
6. Purifies bacteria from the air
7. Relieves migraine headaches
8. Increases focus and concentration
9. Creates a Feng Shui vibe
10. Allows for a better sleep
Theres lots of salt lamps out there, but research shows its only the Himalayan salt ones that actually work.
Dimensions: 15x15x9 (cm), 2.025L, 1.481Kg/L
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The history of wax melts:
Wax melts/tarts are basically scented wax (candles) without a wick and all you do is melt them in a glass or ceramic burner.The tarts get heated and fill the room (or whole house) with aroma. They were originally created because chandlers (the old English term for candlemakers) were searching for something to do with their left over wax after pouring candles. Due to their “pastry tart-like” shape, they became commonly referred to as “tarts”. However, nowadays they come in many different shapes and are also called – wax melts, scent chips, candle melts, candle tarts.