Sunday, February 20, 2011

Dead Sea Mud

The Dead Sea is not connected to any other body of water so as the water in the sea evaporates the salt and minerals are absorbed into the bottom of the seabed. The mud is then extracted and purified; this mud contains a high density of minerals and salts which have incredible nourishing as well as healing qualities.

Dead Sea mud is very helpful in treating skin disorders such as acne, eczema, psoriasis as well as itchy dry skin. This is because it contains minerals such as magnesium, bromine, calcium and potassium, which help our skin to maintain the right moisture and hydration levels needed, and because of this Dead Sea mud also helps to reduce the signs of aging.

Other benefits of using Dead Sea mud are because like the Dead Sea salt the mud also has the ability to draw toxins from the body. The fine grains in the mud remove dirt and old skin cells, which will encourage your skin to rejuvenate. This mud is also said to strengthen the root of our hair if applied to the scalp as well as improve and stimulate blood circulation.

Dead Sea mud can be used in masks, skin cleansing products, and moisturizers.

Today I’m going to make a soap with it.

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