The Dead Sea is the most saline body of water in the world with a mineral concentration of approximately 32%, according to The Dead Sea Research Center at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Mud from the Dead Sea has a high content of salts and minerals that are claimed to be essential for the body, and it is widely used in Pelotherapy. Dead Sea Mud may thus cleanse and draw out impurities from the skin, and tightens & tones the complexion, giving it a refreshed look.
- Helps improve psoriasis. Dead Sea mud can be applied as a compress to psoriasis flares
- Reduces skin impurities and provides relief for arthritis
- Helps soothe chronic back pain
- Helps treat acne
- Dead Sea mud provides anti-aging benefits by tightening and toning skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and shrinking pores.
- It helps improve blood circulation
- Colour: Brown
- Texture: Fine Powder
Skin Suitability: All Skin Type
Applications: Handmade Soaps, Face masks, Face Scrubs
Shelf Life*: 2 Years
*Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.
Storage: Store in a non-metal airtight container at room temperature away from sunlight.
Usage: 5-100% in skin-care products, 1-2 T. for every 500g of soap.
Active Ingredients: Please note that this product is not fragranced, and has a very mild odor similar to that of seawater.
Origin: Dead Sea
Caution: Clays should always be first tried using a "patch" test to see if it suits the skin. Also, some clays are rich in iron oxide and may be absorbed by the pores and result in staining of the skin. Always follow up with coconut oil massage to remove any staining. May stain cloth.
Packaging: Plastic Zip-Lock Stand-Up Pouches
- In Stock: 1-2 working days
- Pre-Order: 10-15 working days
Documents: Certificate of Analysis (COA)
References: Natural Cosmetic Clays Purchase Guide