A New Line of Eco-Friendly Bath and
Body Care

This high-quality personal body care line captures the spirit of the coast in a blend of botanicals, essential oils and the highest quality mineral-rich Atlantic sea salts available. Our products provide a restorative, soothing bath experience. What greater way to enjoy the health benefits — and relaxation — of the sea than in your own home!

Salacia Salts products feature natural ingredients and are hand-mixed and packaged in eco-friendly materials including reclaimed, repurposed wine bottles. We are proud to be a part of the “Made in Savannah” retail trend. Our line is available for wholesale purchasing and can be found in retail gift shops throughout the US.

In keeping with the company’s commitment to environmental conservation and natural beauty, Salacia bath and body products are free from sulfates, colorants and parabens. All packaging is recyclable — and over 50% of our products are packaged in 100% post-consumer or reclaimed packaging!

Highlights from the Salacia Salts line include a collection of luxurious Salt Soaks in four distinctly Southern scents: Georgia Peach, Magnolia, Midnight Garden and Southern Pecan. Salacia’s unique bath salt formula leaves the skin feeling soft and kissed with a delicate, sweet scent — all the while natural relieving muscle tension. Hand and body scrubs — a great gift idea for a hostess — come in our four scents as well. Our body butters, bar soaps and newest product — Kiss My Grits Lip Scrub — are among our latest best sellers. All of our products are Made in the South and make great gifts… for a friend or yourself!

Basking in our Success…

(we hope you don’t mind; we’ll share with all the Southern politeness we can muster. Promise!)

Since launching the line in August 2012, Salacia Salts has already been featured in Southern Living Magazine, Destination Wedding and Honeymoon Magazine, Retail Florist, Retail Parade, Gifts and Accessories Magazine, DockWalk Yachting Magazine, Jezebel Magazine, Daily Candy Atlanta and most of the Savannah-based publications that feature products made in the south including Savannah Magazine — where we were named a “Top 20 Made in Savannah Artisanal Gift for the Holidays”.

Our products are now available through online retailers such as Scoutmob, Uncommongoods and Georgia Crafted. Salacia’s hand and body scrubs and bath salt soaks have been gifted at three high profile events. Celebrity cooking personalities and chefs including Savannah’s own Paula and Bobby Deen at the SOBEWFF (South Beach Food and Wine Festival), presented by Food and Wine Magazine, have received our items — and have come back for more. Our natural salts have been in the celebrity gift lounge at the Oscars, gifted to soap opera star Kate Linder and the beautiful Miss California 2013. Salacia gifted to over 250 VIP guests to the Kentucky Derby for the May 2013 race at Churchill Downs, too! As we like to say “our seahorses went to the races!”… and the attendees received an enjoyable soak to ward off tired feet after parading their stylish hats all day.

Enjoy our Products made in the South (Savannah, GA)

We hope you enjoy our story and take a moment to breeze through the contents of our site. Consider treating yourself to the scents and soothing benefits of our products made in the South, inspired the the sea.


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