The Dead Sea, the most saline body of water in the world, with far greater concentrations of minerals than any ocean (a concentration of 32% minerals compared to other seas, holding approximately 3%).
Improves cell metabolism
Contributes to regeneration and restoration of the skin
Acts as a disinfectant
Removes harmful substances from skin
Softens and moisturises dry, sensitive skin.
Good for acne, eczema, psoriasis and skin ageing
Can be used in spa treatments, making bath salts and scrubs
Bromides and iodine are present in the Dead Sea, including other minerals such as magnesium, sodium, calcium and potassium. All these minerals work together as regulators of cell activity and daily functioning, relieving muscular pain and stabilising fluid levels in the body.
To use clays:
To 1 tbsp of clay slowly add water, hydrosol or oil and mix into a paste.
Apply a thick coating to the face and/or body.
Leave on for 10 minutes.
Wash off with warm water.
Use your favourite oil or moisturiser to finish.
For best results steam clean the face to open pores before applying.
Clay has been used for thousands of years to absorb toxic substances in the body and eliminate them, to stimulate, reinvigorate and rejuvenate skin cells and tissues, cleanse and beautify, making them an ideal ingredient for skin care and natural beauty products.