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Michelle Pauly was working as a marketing manager at a natural health and wellness company when inspiration for her own business struck. Of all the products that made their way through the doors of the company, she hadn't been able to find high-quality bath salts that were packaged in a way that was attractive and appealing to customers. So, she decided to create her own.

The entrepreneur partnered with a graphic designer friend to launch Swim Club Bath Salts, a line of locally-made salts. For bathing of course; we're not referring to the salts that have made the national news.

Pauly and her business partner use three all-natural apothecary salt staples: Epsom, Himalayan and Dead Sea. They can help with everything from muscle cramps (Epsom can relieve inflammation, according to reports) to stimulate circulation (Himalayan Pink).

While both Pauly and the company are Chicago-based, the products are not available at any stores in the city yet. They can be purchased through Etsy or Reppio at the moment. Racked readers can take 15% off their purchase of any of these products by entering the promo code "RACKED15."
· Swim Club Salts [Official Site]