Enriched with minerals and essential nutrients, Dead Sea Mud is renowned for improving general health, including the prevention of hair loss, eczema relief, and the reduction of joint pain.
When applied topically as part of a skincare regime, it can also help to detoxify the skin and restore balance, making it an ideal choice for blemish-prone and oily complexions.
An introduction to Dead Sea Mud
Ocean water contains roughly 4% salt, whereas Dead Sea water includes a staggering 29% salt. This high salt concentration has increased the density of water found within the Dead Sea, making it an attractive destination for tourists as the denser the water, the easier it is to float.
It has also helped to transform the mud found within the dead sea, as the two components have combined over tens of thousands of years to form a mineral and vitamin-rich mud called ‘Dead Sea Mud’.
General skincare benefits: Dead Sea Mud
As we’ve already mentioned, Dead Sea Mud helps to detoxify the skin.
When the mud dries, it triggers a ‘pulling action’ which helps to remove toxins and draw impurities out of the skin.
It’s also rich in minerals, such as Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium and Iron which help to nourish, soften and moisturise the skin while evening out texture.
When applied in mask form, Dead Sea Mud helps to improve circulation in the skin and brings nutrients to the cells, simultaneously removing toxins and waste.
Dead Sea Mud is one of the key ingredients included in our Anti-Blemish Clay Mask. A combination of this detoxifying mud, plus Salicylic Acid, Niacin, and Avocado Oil, help to unclog pores (allowing the skin to breathe), while enhancing, rebalancing and refreshing the complexion.