The Dead Sea is probably one of the most miraculous natural wonders of the world. Located approximately 430 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the deepest point and the lowest hypersaline salt-lake on Earth. With a 34.2% salinity level, it is 9.6 times saltier than any of the other oceans or seas of the world.
Situated between Jordan and Israel, the mineral-rich Dead Sea mud is nature’s own spa. It was used by Herod the Great as a source of asphalt for Egypt and now it offers potash for fertilizers, among its many contributions.
Dead Sea mud is a natural, mineral-filled compound produced by and harvested from the Dead Sea. Eons of dry and hot desert air facilitate a high rate of evaporation, cumulating salts and minerals that are beneficial for skin health. The silt at the floor of the sea soaks up these natural reserves, and this mud is then collected. After being cleaned and purified, it is packaged.
Used cosmetically or medicinally, Premier Dead Sea Mud Masks are extremely beneficial to oily, normal, and dry skin types. Mud masks remove dead skin cells from the surface, clear the pores of dirt, and restore the skin’s oil generation and pH level. It also generates internal heat and promotes blood flow, which is known to reduce the emergence of cellulite. It also hastens the skin’s detoxification cycle and gently draws out impurities like allergens, dirt, and dust. As the mud tightens and scrubs dead skin, it reveals a more youthful layer of skin.
With firming and hydrating qualities, Dead Sea mud in nature relieves irritation and redness as well as signs of skin illnesses such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and dryness. Moreover, it improves skin flexibility, diminishes the presence of pores, and reduces the occurrence of wrinkles and fine lines.
The rush of blood to the skin facilitates the skin’s nutrient retention capacity, leaving the skin with a pink glow. The minerals in the mud have anti-oxidant properties that purify the body to restore its original equilibrium. The anti-microbiocidal effect of the salt and sulfide aid to limit the damaging effects that pathogens have on skin cells, which contributes to the clay’s capacity to lessen the origin and occurrence of acne. If used in hair, Dead Sea mineral mud hydrates and sustains the roots and scalp by promoting circulation. This decreases the likelihood of hair loss by stimulating and improving the health of hair follicles, which contract and become smaller with age.