+ Naturally reduces pain and inflammation
+ Infused with arnica to reduce inflammation of the muscles to relieve cramping and overall body pain
+ Essential oil blend chosen specifically for muscle relief and mood stabilization
Pink Himalayan salt, Epsom salt, Arnica, Geranium essential oil, Lavender essential oil, White Pine essential oil
Simply add up to 1 cup of solace soak to a warm bath and enjoy for 15-20 minutes.
Make sure to stay hydrated and finish with a rinse and towel dry
Can I use Solace Soak at any time of the month?
Yes! Please ensure that you are HYDRATING before, during, and after your bath.
Can I use Solace Soak if I am pregnant?
Yes! This bath is gentle enough to use while pregnant.
How many Solace Soak should I take per month?
You can do a solace soak as many times a month as you want.
Packages are shipped within 24 - 48 hours at which time you will receive a tracking number so you'll know exactly when relief is arriving!
Returns & Exchanges
We recognize that relief is not a one size fits all system.
Reach out to us within 30 days of receiving your order and we'd be happy to help you with a return or exchange! Please include your order number and send an email to email@example.com
"This was such a lovely experience. I stayed in the bath for half an hour and i felt so relaxed. When i got out my skin was tingly and i felt the effects of the soak already. will be using every month!!!"
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What makes solace soak so effective?
Solace soak uses magnesium and arnica to relieve the underlying cause of period pain. The prostaglandins released during your period trigger an inflammatory response and cause the uterine muscle to cramp. By relieving the intensity of this response, solace soak significantly reduces period pain.
mixed, poured and packaged by us on the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh first nations
people with chronic pain who believe in an intersectional, anti-oppresive and decolonial approach to wellness
packaged in 100% compostable containers made from renewable resources