The Dead Sea is a saltwater lake in the Middle East, bordered by Israel and the West Bank and Jordan to the East. The geographical features of the Dead Sea — including the fact that the lake is at the lowest sea level of any body of water on earth and surrounded by mountains — make the surrounding silt and mud rich with a unique combination of minerals like magnesium, sodium, and potassium. The Dead Sea Mud has a unique composition of high concentrations of skin-nourishing minerals such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, bromide, zinc, and iron. The mud dries on your skin. It absorbs toxins, dirt, dead skin cells, and excess oils. When you wash the mud off, these impurities are washed away, revealing fresher, healthier, more radiant skin. Not only will your skin look better, but it will also feel incredibly soft and clean. The unique mineral composition of over 21 minerals supports skin rejuvenation, helps improve texture and tone, and supports a healthy glow. The mud helps restore moisture and soothe skin. The exfoliating and detoxifying properties of dead sea mud support healthy skin.
Caution: A patch test is recommended using Clays to see if it suits your skin. Some Clays are rich in iron oxide and may be absorbed by the pores, resulting in skin staining. It may stain cloth/fabric as well. Use coconut oil massage to remove the stain.