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    Default Salt crystal lamp as nightlight?

    Has anyone got a Himalayan Salt Crystal lamp? What do you think of it?

    I am thinking of getting one to put in my girls' room to use as a nightlight. I like the fact that is has health benefits and even though it stays on all the time it doesn't get too hot.

    Would love to hear what you think of them Ta!

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    Id love to know more about these too, I was thinking of getting one to put in the living room at night, to try and calm things down at bed time.. Not sure if it has that benefit at all, but they look calming! hehe

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    Im pretty sure my mum has one.. She has to keep it on a plate because it melts salt all the time.doesnt get smaller though

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    What are the benefits of a salt crystal lamp? I'm intrigued.

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    From what I have heard the salt purifies the air and takes the humidity out of it too. Health benefits particuarly for asthmatics. You can buy them at most health food places

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    Really????? That's so interesting! I've always seen them at those yoga/meditation expos and never knew the benefits. That's amazing. I'll definitely be looking into buying one now that I know that.

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    Yep, salt absorbs moisture

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    I use one for my baby and it's great and gives of a really nice light.

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    we used to have several around the house because of the health benefits but they just kept blowing bulbs and i'm not very observant (so i found out) and once they aren't on they start to melt and leak all over whatever its sitting on. So after this happened a few times and ruined things i gave them to my parents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neekie View Post
    I use one for my baby and it's great and gives of a really nice light.
    How much light do they actually give off Neekie? It's hard to tell seeing them at the shops during the daylight hours. Is it just a nice warm glow?


 

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