Dead Sea Clay is mined in a saltwater lake in the Middle East. Dead Sea mud is mostly famous for its unusually high concentrations of minerals like magnesium, sodium, and potassium. The color varies from the dark grayish-black to dark or even light gray, depending on the season and weather.
Dead sea clay is best used in cosmetic purposes such as mud baths, facial masks, hair masks, soap, bath bombs, body and facial scrub.
How does it benefit your body?
- Absorbs excess oils, dirt, and impurities from the skin, purifying and cleansing
- Gently exfoliates and detox impurities
- Soothes and calms skin
- Tightens and tones skin, reducing the appearance of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles
- Reduces the occurrence of oily skin and clogged pores, deeply cleansing skin
- Hydrates and moisturizes skin, helping dry skin
How does it benefit your hair?
- Prevents hair loss
- Develops shiny hair
- Reduces and prevents dandruff
- Enhances scalp blood circulation
Here’s a quick recipe for you to follow:
- Facial Mask – Mix 2 teaspoons of Dead Sea Clay, 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt, warm water and 1 drop of tea tree oil together until the consistency is smooth and spreadable. Apply to your face and neck, avoiding the eye area. Leave on for 10-15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.
- Essential Oil – Mix 1/4 cup of 100% Dead Sea Clay in the glass jar, 1 drop of Spearmint Essential Oil, 1 drop of Tea tree Essential Oil and 1 drop of Lavender Essential Oil. Add water to moisten it. Apply directly to clean skin. Allow drying for about 15 minutes before washing clean. Rinse with warm water and pat dry. Enjoy your soft, spa treatment like skin!
Best used with a preservative or use immediately after formulation.
100% Pure Dead Sea Clay and suitable for any types of skin.
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