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How to Replace the Light Bulb from your Himalayan Salt Lamp

How to Replace the Light Bulb from your Himalayan Salt Lamp

  1. Make Sure the Cord is off and unplugged from the wall and the lamp is cool off before placing the bulb. The cord is completely detachable from the base.
  2. Pull out enough from your fingers to reach the metal prongs.
  3. Squeeze the metal prongs together and pull it out. Make sure you follow the step to avoid breaking the bulb.
  4. Next grab the bulb and turn the bulb counter-clockwise to remove. Replace your new bulb as the same voltage with your previous bulb. Make sure that when you screw back the bulb clockwise, it is firmly and tightly.
  5. Once you replace your new bulb successfully, push the metal prongs together and insert the fitting into the base of the lamp.
  6. Make sure you place the cord in pre-cut wire snips in the base. To avoid damaging the cord. 
*IF THE LAMP DOESN'T TURN ON WITH THE NEW BULB, PLEASE REPEAT THE SAME STEPS AGAIN. MAYBE THE CORD HAS BEEN DAMAGE.
*TAKE EXTRA CARE OF YOUR SALT LAMP, AS YOU TAKE CARE OTHER THINGS.
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Pink Salt VS Table Salt

Pink Salt VS Table Salt

Why is Himalayan Salt considered better than other Salts?

Himalayan Crystal Mineral Salt has been maturing over the past 250 million years under intense tectonic pressure, creating an environment of zero exposure to any toxins, pollutants and impurities. The Salt Crystals unique cellular structure allows the Salt to store vibrational (healing) energy. Himalayan Mineral Salt crystals and minerals exist in a colloidal form; meaning, that they are tiny enough for our cells to easily absorb.

Himalayan Crystal Mineral Salt traced over 80 minerals that our bodies are made up of, and needed.


Many people are unaware that common table salt contains many harsh chemicals. Salt is necessary for our diet but can be dangerous if taken in this chemical form. Most common table salt is composed of 97.5% sodium chloride and 2.5% chemicals like iodine and absorbents.

Common table and cooking salt found in most homes, restaurants, and processed foods is void of any nutritional value, lacking beneficial trace minerals. Processing Salt turns it into sodium chloride, unnatural salt the human body actually sees as a toxic invader. The body cannot dispose of it in a natural, healthy way which can lead to inflammation of the tissues, water retention and high blood pressure.

Studies show that for each gram of table salt your system cannot process, your body will use over twenty times the amount of cellular water to neutralize the sodium chloride in chemically-treated salt.

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5 Signs Your Himalayan Salt Lamp Is A Fake One!

5 Signs Your Himalayan Salt Lamp Is A Fake One!

1. A fake Himalayan salt lamp won’t show signs of moisture.
Real Himalayan salt lamps are naturally hygroscopic, which means they absorb moisture from their surroundings and recycle this as pure air. This is why Himalayan salt lamps will sometimes sweat, ‘weep’ or show beads of moisture on their exterior.

A fake Himalayan salt lamp will not have these hygroscopic properties, and won’t show these signs of moisture. If you’ve never seen your salt lamp sweating (especially in humid environments), this could be a red flag that your salt lamp is fake.

2. A fake Himalayan salt lamp will NOT be fragile.
Himalayan salt lamps are crafted from ancient crystals, which makes them extremely delicate and fragile. If your Salt lamp is super solid and doesn’t seem like it could break easily, this could be a warning sign that your lamp is a fake.

Real Himalayan salt lamps need to be handled with extreme care, as they can be easily broken if treated incorrectly. A fake Himalayan salt lamp will appear extremely durable and resistant to damage, so look out for this red flag when exploring your options.

3. A fake Himalayan salt lamp will be extremely bright.
If your salt lamp can easily light up an entire room, this could be another sign that it’s a fake.

Authentic Himalayan salt lamps are renowned for their pinkish orange amber glow, which is why they’re often recommended as nightlights. A salt lamp that appears overpoweringly bright (rather than soft and subtle) is a good indication it could be fake.

4. A fake Himalayan salt lamp may be suspiciously light.
Salt is a heavy mineral, which is why Himalayan salt lamps (especially in large sizes) should also feel quite heavy. If your Himalayan salt lamp feels suspiciously light and easy to handle, this could indicate that it’s been crafted from imitation salt, and not the real thing.

5. A fake Himalayan salt lamp supplier will be unreputable.
It’s so important to thoroughly research your supplier before purchasing to help you check their authenticity. If your supplier has an amateur-looking or poorly written website, negative reviews, and lacks details about how and where their lamps are sourced, this should be a clear warning sign about their credibility.

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What is a Himalayan Crystal Salt?

What is a Himalayan Crystal Salt?

Himalayan Salt is a form of halite also commonly known as Rock Salt from Pakistan which is the mineral form of sodium chloride (NaCI). Containing 84 minerals- Himalayan Salt is considered the purest salt because the salt is mined at extremely high altitudes, where there is little traces of pollution or even environmentally compromised materials in the air. Some other names for Himalayan Salt include Rock Salt, Pink Salt, Himalayan Sea Salt, or Himalayan Crystal Salt, Salt of Life and King of Salt.

A Mother Nature’s gift to us, each and every piece of Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp is a unique piece of art formed by nature over 250 million years ago- mined and hand chiseled from the Khewra Salt Mines- Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan. Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp are commonly recommended as a natural air purifier that works with the environment to produce negative ions. The soothing warm glow of a Himalayan Rock Salt Lamp makes it an excellent light source perfect for any dark environment that requires a soothing healthy light.

Himalayan salt is rock salt (halite) mined from the Punjab region of Pakistan. The salt often has a pinkish tint due to mineral impurities. It is primarily used as a food additive as table salt, but is also used as a material for cooking and food presentation, decorative lamps.

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