Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamp - Medium
- Natural Shape
- Made from pure crystalline salt
Enhance the beauty of your living space while cultivating a sense of warmth, positivity and wellbeing for your family. This special natural Himalayan salt lamp from Universal Vision acts as a natural ioniser and air cleanser, neutralising the electromagnetic frequencies commonly emitted by the numerous modern appliances throughout your home. Simply switch it on and enjoy the gorgeous glow as the lamp's naturally negative ions cleanse and nurture your home's loving atmosphere.
- Leave your Himalayan crystal salt lamp switched on for a continuous source of healing negative ions.
- To clean the lamp, switch it off and wipe it with a slightly damp cloth.
- If the lamp is switched off for a few days or longer, cover it with an airtight bag to prevent the accumulation of moisture.
- Use a quality electric lead and globe, or use a USB lead to plug your lamp directly into your computer and save electricity.
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