Dead Sea Mud or "Isreals Black Gold" & Why You Need It!
I would love to tell you that we just returned from the shores of the Dead Sea and that we fell in love with his glorious black goo as we spent the day basking in the Mediterranean sun... floating in the sea. But alas, I can't say that. I can say however, that my skin is doing better than it ever has in my 40(ish) years. I have supple, pink, even toned, clear and hydrated skin. I have finally found my holy grail of skincare routines!
Improve skin’s appearance. Deep Sea mud can improve elasticity and minimize pores. This mud has a gentle action that pulls out toxins and impurities. It is naturally anti-mibcrobial and anti-bacteria with tests showing that when bacteria is deposited into this mud it dies. This makes it a great addition to anyone that suffers from acne as well as helping to absorb excess oils and sebum from the surface. It leaves your skin feeling supple, nourished and glowing.
Strengthens hair and aids in scalp health. When rubbed into the scalp, Deep Sea mud can activate hair growth as well as prevent hair loss. Salts, minerals and vitamins in the mud aid in renewal and the strengthening of hair follicles. Deep Sea mud cleans the skin on the head, enhances circulation, prevents dandruff and itching, and stabilizes the function of sebaceous glands.
Reduce appearance of cellulite. The minerals in Deep Sea mud can help increase circulation and cleanse toxins. This aids in flattening the bumps caused by cellulite. So spread this in the areas of concern and let it work its magic.
Relieve aches and pains. Dead sea mud is very therapeutic and can be useful if you suffer from rheumatic conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. It’s also been shown to be helpful for people with fibromyalgia, tendonitis, bursitis, sports injuries, and recovery from orthopedic surgeries according to the DSRC. Even after a tough workout it is useful for relaxing those sore muscles. You can use the mud as a targeted mask to treat specific sites if you can't make it to the dead sea itself. So slap some mud on those painful spots and let the magic happen! :-)