Don’t Miss The Himalayan Salt Lamp #Giveaway

jennsblahblahblog discosure policy Dont Miss The Himalayan Salt Lamp #Giveaway

Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog and Himalayan Salt Shop are offering an awesome Salt Lamp to one super lucky person!

How many of you have heard of the Himalayan Salt Lamp?  I just recently experienced my first salt lamp, AND THEY’RE FREAKING AWESOME!  Sorry, lol I just really don’t know what else to say!  I love my Salt Lamp, which is why I begged the Himalayan Salt Shop to please allow me to give one away.  Okay, yea I am full of it, lol.  They totally offered to do the giveaway.  They are awesome people and have been a pleasure to work with.

There’s a science behind the Himalayan Salt Lamp as well.  They are not only millions of year old, but it’s said that they help clean the air that we breathe.  You’re going to have to check out my Himalayan Salt Lamp Review and let me know what you think.  Do you believe in the Science behind the Himalayan Salt Lamp?  HUMMM, personally I do.  However, like I said that’s for you to decide.

Now, let’s get to the good stuff.  This giveaway is open to US residents only.  I know sorry it wont be long and we’ll open a Worldwide event!  Promise! One super lucky person will win a Himalayan Salt Lamp!  This giveaway will end on January 6th, 2012 12:00am EST.

Yepie, you know how it works…. Use the Rafflecopter below.  Good luck to all my fabulous friends. I cannot wait to hear what the winner things of their NEW Himalayan Salt Lamp!
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Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog is not responsible for shipping the prize to the winner, we were compensated with a product for review which is why we’re able to have this awesome giveaway.  I was not compensated in the form of cash, just love my lamp.  All opinions are 100% my own and based on my own experiences.  Thanks everyone.

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  1. Candace Butler says

    Large Bowl of Fire Salt Lamp. I have learned they have a lot of healing properties, and they look neat.

  2. Sara says

    I recently first heard of salt lamps. We had some pink Himalayan salt from Trader Joe’s that we loved & started looking up facts about salt. I refilled the grinder with coarse sea salt until we can get back to a Trader Joe’s. The lamp would be a cool addition to our home!

  3. Gianna says

    Himalayan Crystal Salt is organic, all-natural salt mined from deep beneath the Himalayan Mountain Range in Asia.

  4. Robin Wilson says

    I learned According to research, the heated salt crystal lamps can be referred to as natural ion generators. I would love to have one of these.

  5. Jennifer Reed says

    I learned that these lamps are made of natural crystal salt mined from underground salt mines in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains.

  6. Stephanie from CT says

    I had never heard of these. I learned This crystal salt is hundreds of millions of years old and, as a result, has special properties and high mineral content

  7. Julie Jones says

    These negative ions bond with the pollutants in the air (positive ions) and neutralize them— That is so awesome!! It helps with people who have allergies and asthma too so I would keep this in my bedroom. Thanks!

  8. Christina says

    The rocks that make up the lamps actually come from the Himalayas – that’s why I like them!
    They are also attractive and unique!

  9. alison courtois says

    I didn’t know they made lamps! I have a candle holder my Mom gave me for my birthday a few years back.

  10. krista grandstaff says

    I think the globes are just gorgeous… and I am definitely interested in getting one of these beauties!

  11. Diane Sallans says

    These lamps are made of natural crystal salt mined from underground salt mines in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains

  12. Jessica Poston says

    I learned that they help relieve symptoms of Hay Fever, Asthma, Seasonal Affective Disorders, Depression, and Chronic Fatigue!

  13. laura moreland says

    the salt lamps come in all sizes and shapes bundles and you can get them in assorted packages, they even have eatable salt great gifts

  14. lori says

    I would love to try this out, especially since as I get a little older my allergies have started to show their true colors.

  15. Jessica Poston says

    I learned that Himalayan crystal salt is buried in the foothills of the Himalayas for millions of years and originated from ancient seas that existed long before man-made pollution,.

  16. Holly C says

    These lamps are made of natural crystal salt mined from underground salt mines in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains
    The beautiful orange-reddish Himalayan crystal salt is mounted on a wooden base
    This crystal salt is hundreds of millions of years old and, as a result, has special properties and high mineral content
    Heat from the bulb (in our lamps) or flame (in our candle holders) causes the salt to emit negative ions
    These negative ions bond with the pollutants in the air (positive ions) and neutralize them
    Also, the newly bonded ions become heavier and fall to the ground removing them from the air circulation
    In addition, these negative ions combat electro-smog caused by electronic devices operating in the home
    Symptoms from asthma, allergies, and other illnesses can also subside from the effects of these products

  17. Ann Fantom says

    I learned that this crystal salt is hundreds of millions of years old and, as a result, has special properties and high mineral content

  18. kyla whitley says

    Salt Lamps have been used as natural treatments for: Rheumatism, Allergies, Respiratory diseases, and Migraines.

  19. Rebecca Wood says

    I have heard so many good things about these lamps. One of my friends has one and just LOVES it! I really want to try their salt inhaler. Anything reccomended by Dr. Oz is worth a try! I read that it has the potential to help allergies and breathing problems that I suffer from greatly.

  20. Rachel Ralston says

    I love these lamps. I knew they helped with the air quality but I never thought they could come in different shapes. I love the tear drop salt lamp.

  21. Jessica P. says

    I LOVE the Large Bowl of Fire Salt Lamp! I learned that heat from the bulb or flame causes the salt to emit negative ions, and that they bond with pollutants in the air and neutralize them!

  22. Melissa Hartley says

    I like the idea that symptoms from asthma, allergies, and other illnesses can also subside from the effects of these products .. I am allergic to almost everything & I would love to have this salt lamp .. thanks!! :)

  23. Debra F says

    I learned that Symptoms from asthma, allergies, and other illnesses can also subside from the effects of these products

  24. Robin Quick says

    I really love these & have been wanting one for about 2 years now. I really like the salt globe lamp they have

  25. jeanne jewett says

    These are so cool! They’re great for anyone who suffers from asthma, allergies, breathing problems in general. Added bonus.. they look AWESOME!

  26. Barrie says

    I really like that this is a US, privately owned business! Impressive that it’s the largest internet dealer of Himalayan salt lamps!

  27. Julie Thompson says

    They are the most relaxing and theraputice on in every room of my house and when I get married I gaurantee my husband will get them too I love tehm Thank you for the giveaway

  28. Kris says

    I learned that salt lamps can remove pollution. Makes sense, since stores sell purifiers that use ion technology…so this is nature’s low-tech way of doing the same thing.

  29. Debra Holloway says

    I was amazed to learn that these blocks of rock salt crystal actually come from deep in the Himalayan mountains. I was also interesting to learn that they have absorbed mineral elements that enrich them and give them their delicate tones. They are lovely, and unique, and I would love to have one.

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