The mud is good for your skin

Winter is a good time to go down to the Dead Sea, catch some sun and have a quick mud body treatment, massage the scalp, clean the face and return home healthy, groomed and glowing. Can’t you go? No problem, you can bring the mud to your home. Going into the Dead Sea can help clear up cases of psoriasis and add new levels of moisture to the skin. 

The Dead Sea is largest natural SPA and the lowest place on earth, 417 meters below sea level (377 meters deep), a marvelous pantry of sea minerals and salts, an incredibly beautiful oasis in the desert and mountain terrain.  It contains minerals, such as Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium, Potassium, Chlorides, Zinc, Iron, Iodine and Bromide. Dead Sea mud helps to immediately make a healthier skin tone and remove layers of dead cells. Once these dead cells are removed, new cells are able to regenerate for younger and healthier looking skin. Blood circulation in the skin is increased and it’s becomes noticeably warmer. This causes toxins and acne-causing bacteria to be removed from face and body skin. At the same time, the mud  increases the skin’s ability to absorb minerals and proteins. Although Dead Sea facial masks work best for individuals with skin problems, they are actually ideal for any skin type. Dead Sea Mud is soothing while at the same time stimulating and refreshing. The mud is a must-have product in every household, for both men and women.