Mud of the Dead Sea is a real gem among naturally occurring cosmetics. It can be said that there is almost a whole array of elements in its composition, among others: magnesium, silicon, aluminum, calcium, potassium, fluorine, bromine, iron and many others. Dried mud arises from black cosmetic mud obtained from the shore of the Dead Sea . Extracted black, wet mud is laid out in the sun, on a specially prepared platform and subjected to sunlight, and then subjected to the process of grinding and sterilization with UV rays. Dried mud, despite the change of color to the lighter one retains all its properties, the same as wet black mud immediately after extraction from the sea. As in the case of salt from the Dead Sea, it would be difficult to look for a second such substance in nature. Its unique composition favors the treatment of many diseases and many beauty treatments. Mud normalizes the functions of the skin, cleanses it, removes dead cells and reduces the secretion of sebaceous glands. In addition, it gives wonderful effects in the treatment of all post-traumatic ailments, inflammatory and postinfective conditions, bone and muscular system diseases and others.
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Mud from the Dead Sea
strengthens hair, regulate seborrhea, supports the fight against dandruff and prevent hair loss is helpful in the treatment of: psoriasis, acne, seborrhea, atopic dermatitis, inflammation and skin allergies, helps fight cellulite, fat and stretch marks, nourishes, detoxifies and cleanses, corrects tension and microcirculation of the skin cracking of the skin of the feet and hands smooth and firm the skin of the muscle tension relieves rheumatic and arthritic pains and relieves muscle and joint injuries and the cardiovascular system.
The mud can be used in the form of masks and body wraps. It is extremely effective in combating the problem of oily skin, in the care of oily and combination skin and in combating acne, skin eruptions and clogging pores. In the case of face masks, a single portion of powdered mud is a few teaspoons. Add a small amount of water to the powder (usually for 7 portions of dried mud – 1 portion of water). It is best to use for this purpose mineral water, as a last resort ordinary boiled water. We suggest that the time of the first impositions be relatively short (2-3 minutes) in order to observe the behavior of the skin. Burning and redness are a normal reaction. However, the mud should not be used if there is a very strong burning, very strong redness, especially with swelling.
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