Bath Minerals - Salts

As far back as 73 B.C., hot springs or mineral baths have served as places for health and rejuvenation. King Herod, Roman King of Judea, created one of the world’s first health resorts on the Dead Sea. Queen Cleopatra built a cosmetics and pharmaceutical factory there. During the Roman Empire, nearly every city had access to mineral baths which were used for public bathing, exercise and socializing. From the United Kingdom to Germany to Algeria, bath houses could be found.

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