Benefits of the Dead Sea


There is something truly magical about The Dead Sea. It is a salt lake that is actually 400m deep, which is apparently the lowest point on dry land. Pretty cool to think about. You can find this sea around Israel and Jordan and its beauty will capture you instantly. On top of its beauty, the sea contains amazing wonders for your body inside and out. This water is so salty, it is actually 8x saltier then ocean water. Just laying in the water will give you huge health benefits, and the mud also include many benefits as well.

Benefits of dead sea mud:
-one huge benefit is the help with certain medical conditions. some of these include skin conditions like psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. it can also help with other conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and tendonitis.

-another benefit is how it helps you detox your skin. it helps increase circulation, which pumps all the good nutrients in from the scrub and around your body. as this happens, it also helps pump out all those toxins in your skin.

-for those who have aches in there joints or muscles this can be a great pain reliever. it can help relieve pain from certain arthritic pain.

-another benefit is how much softer your skin will be. because it detoxs your skin, the more you use it the softer skin will start to naturally be.

Although it is not easy to fly overseas once a week to The Dead Sea, you can buy Dead Sea Products that will actually bring all those healing qualities to you.

Some companies can charge awful prices for such a scrub, but right now we actually offer our own homemade dead sea face scrub.

check it out below



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