Eternal Grey Himalayan Natural Salt Lamp

£30 £42


Looking for a natural way to purify the air and promote a healthier living environment? Look no further than the Grey Himalayan Natural Salt Lamp! This stunning piece is made from natural salt crystals found in the Himalayan mountains and emits negative ions that help to purify the air and neutralize harmful pollutants.

Not only is the Grey Himalayan Natural Salt Lamp a functional and beneficial product, it is also a beautiful addition to any home or office decor. The lamp has a unique grayish color and is carved into a beautiful shape that makes it a stunning centerpiece for any room.  The lamp works by emitting negative ions that help purify the air and neutralize harmful pollutants, making it an excellent addition to any room where you spend a lot of time.

With its easy-to-use dimmer switch, you can adjust the brightness of the lamp to your preference, and its low-maintenance design only requires occasional cleaning with a dry cloth. Plus, every lamp is completely unique, making it a one-of-a-kind addition to your home.

This salt lamp is believed to create negatively charged ions in the air. This is a good thing because modern day pollution and electrical equipment create positive ions in the air which are potentially harmful to us and cause air quality in areas affected to deteriorate. By using a Himalayan Crystal Salt Lamp you replace the negatively charged ions in the air which help us to avoid the alleged physical and mental harm that the ‘electric smog’ creates.

So why wait? Enhance your living space and promote good health and well-being with the Grey Himalayan Natural Salt Lamp today!


Himalayan salt lamps are not only decorative but also believed to have potential health benefits, such as improving air quality and promoting relaxation. Here are some directions on how to use a Himalayan salt lamp effectively:

Materials Needed:

  1. Himalayan salt lamp
  2. Electrical outlet
  3. Soft cloth (for cleaning)


  1. Placement: Choose an appropriate location for your Himalayan salt lamp. It should be placed on a stable surface, away from moisture and direct sunlight. Ideal places include your bedroom, living room, office, or any space where you spend a significant amount of time.

  2. Plug-in: Insert the lamp's plug into an electrical outlet. Most salt lamps come with a UL-certified cord and bulb for safety.

  3. Turn On: Flip the lamp's switch or button to turn it on. Some salt lamps have a dimmer switch, allowing you to adjust the brightness to your preference.

  4. Enjoy the Glow: As the salt lamp heats up, it will emit a soft, warm glow. This warm light can create a cozy and calming atmosphere in your space. You can use it as a night light, ambient lighting, or a decorative element in your room.

  5. Maintenance: To keep your Himalayan salt lamp in good condition, dust it regularly with a soft, dry cloth. This helps maintain its appearance and ensures that it continues to emit a warm glow.

  6. Warm-up Time: It may take some time for your salt lamp to reach its full glow after turning it on, especially if it has been off for a while. Be patient, and allow it to warm up gradually.

  7. Air Purification: Himalayan salt lamps are believed to have air-purifying properties. The heat from the lamp attracts moisture from the surrounding environment. As the moisture evaporates on the salt's surface, it is thought to carry airborne particles, such as dust and allergens, along with it. Some people find that using a salt lamp in their living space helps improve air quality.

  8. Health Benefits: While scientific evidence supporting health claims related to salt lamps is limited, some users report experiencing a sense of relaxation and improved sleep quality when using them. It's important to remember that individual responses may vary.

  9. Safety: Himalayan salt lamps are generally safe to use. However, keep in mind the following safety precautions:

    • Ensure the lamp's cord and plug are in good condition.
    • Place the lamp on a stable surface to prevent accidental tipping.
    • Do not immerse the lamp in water or expose it to excessive moisture.
    • Keep the lamp away from curious pets and children.
    • Turn off and unplug the lamp when not in use or when leaving the house for an extended period.
  10. Replacement Bulb: If the bulb in your salt lamp burns out, you can usually find replacement bulbs at home improvement or lighting stores. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for replacing the bulb.

Using a Himalayan salt lamp can add a soothing ambiance to your living space, and many people find them to be a visually appealing and potentially beneficial addition to their home decor

Himalayan Salt

Himalayan salt lamps are not only known for their potential health benefits but also for their intriguing features and history. Here are some fun facts about Himalayan salt lamps:

  1. Ancient Origins: The salt used in Himalayan salt lamps comes from salt mines in the Himalayan region of Pakistan, which is believed to have been formed millions of years ago.

  2. Color Variations: Himalayan salt lamps come in various shades, from pale pink to deep orange-red. The color is influenced by the mineral content and impurities present in the salt crystals.

  3. Natural Air Purifiers: One of the most popular claims about Himalayan salt lamps is their ability to purify the air. They are believed to release negative ions into the air, which can help neutralize the positive ions often generated by electronic devices and improve indoor air quality.

  4. Hygroscopic Properties: Himalayan salt is hygroscopic, meaning it attracts and absorbs moisture from the air. This property is why salt lamps may sweat or appear wet when exposed to high humidity conditions.

  5. Limited Scientific Evidence: While many people swear by the air-purifying effects of salt lamps, scientific studies on their benefits are limited. The evidence supporting these claims is mostly anecdotal.

  6. Aesthetic Appeal: Himalayan salt lamps are prized not only for their potential health benefits but also for their aesthetic appeal. The soft, warm glow they emit can create a calming and cozy atmosphere in a room.

  7. Popular Decor Items: Salt lamps have gained popularity as decorative items in homes, spas, and wellness centers. They are often used to enhance the ambiance of a space.

  8. Unique Shapes and Sizes: Himalayan salt lamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from traditional rock-shaped lamps to more artistic and sculptural designs. Some even come in animal shapes or geometric patterns.

  9. Craftsmanship: Skilled artisans often hand-carve these lamps to showcase the natural beauty of the salt crystals. Each lamp is unique, with its own distinctive shape and color patterns.

  10. Soothing and Relaxing: Many people find the soft, warm glow of Himalayan salt lamps to be soothing and conducive to relaxation. They are often used in meditation and yoga spaces.

  11. Negative Ions and Mood: Some studies suggest that exposure to negative ions, such as those emitted by salt lamps, may have mood-enhancing effects and promote feelings of well-being.

  12. Safety Concerns: While Himalayan salt lamps are generally safe to use, there have been concerns about the potential for lamps to overheat or be a fire hazard. It's important to use them according to the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines.

  13. Widespread Availability: Himalayan salt lamps are available in many stores and online marketplaces, making them accessible to people around the world.

  14. Gifts and Decor: Due to their unique appearance and potential benefits, Himalayan salt lamps are often given as gifts, especially to individuals interested in holistic wellness and natural home decor.

  15. Symbol of Wellness: For some, owning a Himalayan salt lamp is a symbol of their commitment to holistic health and well-being.

Whether you're drawn to Himalayan salt lamps for their potential health benefits, their aesthetic appeal, or both, they continue to be a popular and intriguing addition to home decor and wellness practices.

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