Top stores to shop Epsom salts online

Looking to soothe aches and pains with Epsom salts? Here's where you can buy them.

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Epsom salts are a chemical compound that breaks down into magnesium and sulphate when added to water. Because of this, people have been adding it to baths to help ease muscle soreness and stiffness in joints for a long time.

Despite being a popular home remedy though, it can be a little tricky to track down. Luckily, we've found the best online retailers shipping it straight to your door so that you can feel better sooner.


1. Fishpond

Fishpond sources products from all over the world, so you'll find an extensive range of Epsom salts here.

  • Free delivery on all orders
  • Stocks international and hard-to-find items
  • Daily deals

2. iHerb

iHerb is dedicated to stocking natural products, making it the perfect place to shop pharmaceutical-grade Epsom salts.

  • 24/7 customer service
  • Earn credit with rewards program
  • International brands available

3. Chemist Warehouse

Chemist Warehouse prides itself on being Australia's cheapest online pharmacy. If you're looking for a great price on Epsom salts, you'll find it here.

  • Free shipping on orders over $50
  • Lowest prices guaranteed
  • Afterpay available

4. Coles

Australian supermarket Coles may only stock its own brand of Epsom salts but for $6 a box, you can't go wrong.

  • Free delivery on your first shop
  • Home delivery available 7 days a week
  • Cheap products

5. eBay

eBay sells just about everything, including Epsom salts. Shop a range of brands from sellers all over the world and easily compare prices to get the best deal.

  • International brands available
  • Free shipping on select items with eBay Plus
  • New products added daily

6. Amazon Australia

Amazon stocks a huge range of Epsom salts from both domestic and international sellers, allowing you to shop across brands with ease.

  • Free shipping on some orders with Amazon Prime
  • Shop across the global store
  • Shop international brands

7. The Salt Box

Australian online retailer The Salt Box allows you to easily shop a range of natural Epsom salts with Afterpay.

  • Same day shipping if order placed by 10am
  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Free shipping on orders over $100

8. Nuuvee Essentials

If you're looking to stock up on Epsom salts, head to Nuuvee Essentials. The Aussie site lets you buy the salts in bulk, saving you both money and aches in the long run.

  • Unopened items can be returned within 30 days
  • Afterpay available
  • Buy in bulk up to 25kgs

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