14
Sep

How to use Dead Sea Mud on Face and Body

Nature is full of paradoxes and this certainly holds true when it comes to the Dead Sea! Millions of people flock there annually to take advantage of its many health and beauty benefits, often travelling far across the globe. 

But how can something referred to as “dead” be so valuable in supporting health?

The secret lies in the Sea’s over 21 natural essential minerals and vitamins which the body literally drinks in to support huge numbers of biological processes. This is more nutrients than any other body of water!

These crystallize into salts and leach into the surrounding soil, thus enriching the mud and lending it a power packed punch in the way of therapeutic and cosmetic benefit.

The result of topical application is typically improved circulation and a renewed, more even skin tone as the mud detoxes skin by drawing out impurities. It also facilitates the cellular renewal and turnover processes for overall silky-smooth skin.

As early as the first century B.C., the Dead Sea became site of the World’s first health resorts where Egyptian ruler Cleopatra attributed almost mystical power to the sea, incorporating these into many of her now famous beauty rituals.

Today people use Dead Sea mud to treat a wide range of health conditions ranging from acne, to allergies, Psoriasis and even back pain.

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Improve Skin Tone

Electrolyte rich Dead Sea Mud has the remarkable ability to improve skin tone naturally.

It does this by maintaining proper fluid balance and preventing dehydration for firmer, younger looking skin while simultaneously encouraging the creation of stronger, healthier cells with a more resilient cell membrane to better fend off environmental stressors and even prevent skin aging

Relieve Aches & Pains

Added to this is its high concentration of stress-reducing magnesium to promote relaxation and ease aches, pains or muscle tension.

Applied topically, Dead Sea Mud can reduce pain associated with arthritis, sports injuries and muscle strain and is used to reduce painful inflammation associated with dermatitis and psoriasis.

Increase Circulation & Detox

Minerals in Dead Sea Mud help facilitate nutrients being delivered deeper into skin and cells while simultaneously working to expel waste products and toxins. This boosts circulation giving skin a more vibrant and youthful glow.

    Research even suggests that allergy symptoms may be reduced or alleviated with the use of a skin detox like Dead Sea Mud.

    Anti-Aging

    Soothing Dead Sea Mud assists PH regulation in skin, encourages collagen production and even combats environmental stressors with natural anti-oxidant properties.

    With all of this preserving and renewal action, Dead Sea Mud is highly effective at not only calming and soothing skin irritations, but preventing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles too!

    Treat acne

    With proven antimicrobial effects, Dead Sea Mud can help prevent bacterial overgrowth on the surface of skin which can lead to acne breakouts, while natural exfoliating properties slough off any dead skin cells that can clog pores and cause unsightly spots, whiteheads or blackheads.

    Usage

    Thoroughly cleanse skin using lukewarm water and then apply Dead Sea Mud all over your face being careful to avoid the eyes and lips.

    Allow to dry for 10-15 minutes.

    *NOTE: It is normal to experience a mild itchiness as the mud begins to dry and tighten the skin. 

    When dry, remove the mask using lukewarm water and a gentle circular motion of the hands. You may also use a wet facecloth to gradually wear away all the mud if this is preferred.

    Apply your daily moisturizer or serum immediately after use to slightly damp skin.

    The result is improved skin tone and elasticity which will lend skin a more healthy and youthful glow!

    Takeaway

    You don't have to hop on a flight to the middle east  to experience these benefits for yourself.

    Use our Dead Sea Mud Mask for any of the following and more:

    • Draw out excess oils and deep clean while hydrating skin
    • Draw out toxins and impurities
    • Natural exfoliation gets rid of dead skin cells
    • Boost circulation
    • Tighten and tones skin
    • Restore correct PH balance
    • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
    • Increase skin elasticity
    • Reduce redness, irritation and soothe inflammation
    • Minimize pores
    • Improve complexion for a more vibrant and healthy appearance
    • Treat blemishes including acne, blackheads and whiteheads
    • Help reduce the appearance of cellulite
    • Plus a skin detox can alleviate symptoms associated with allergies

    Enjoy!


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