Dead Sea Cosmetics
One of the very prominent minerals in the Dead Sea is sulfur which is what gives it its strong, almost “rotten-egg” smell. This is a scent that may remain in your clothes even after several washing. While the scent may take some time to get used to, the power of this mineral in skincare cannot be denied.
When one thinks of ancient treatments one may consider archaic medical procedures that have long been discontinued like bloodletting or lobotomy. Additionally, some natural treatments are also considered ancient treatment which uses different herbs and leaves as treatment without scientific studies to support them.
The Dead Sea which is a natural geographical phenomenon, is really a Salt Lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel to the west. One of the main feature of this phenomenon is that expansive quantities of minerals that can be found in it, which has caused it to be nicknamed the “Healing Sea.”
The Dead Sea waters are extremely saline, and, generally, the concentration of salt increases toward the lake’s bottom. This natural phenomenon also contains hydrogen sulfide and strong concentrations of magnesium, potassium, chlorine, and bromine.
Known as an amazing natural phenomenon, the Dead Sea lies approximately 423 meters below sea level and is declared the lowest point on earth. It is a landlocked Salt Lake between Israel and Jordan in southwestern Asia.
Use of the miraculous Dead Sea mud is simple. Just apply the mud to the areas of the body requiring treatment. Allow to dry, and sit on the skin for around 20 minutes. Rinse of with warm water. A good follow-up to the mud is to use a Dead Sea moisturizing cream
The Dead Sea is famous for harboring more than 23 different species of mineral salts, 12 of which are found in no other sea in the world. Each of them has a beneficial therapeutic effect on our organism. Its special orographic conditions and saline characteristics make the Dead Sea the perfect setting
Since the time of Herod, the water and muds of the Dead Sea have been known for their healing and beneficial properties for the skin. Multiple dermatological studies and many years of research have shown that the unique composition of clay is ideal for daily skin care and that it is particularly effective in cases of dry, sensitive and problematic skin.