Located in the heart of the Middle East, bordering Jordan, Israel and the West Bank, the Dead Sea is the lowest elevation on the Earth’s Surface. One of the world’s saltiest bodies of water with a salinity level of nearly 34%, the Dead Sea isn’t a sea at all, it is a salt lake. The salinity of the Dead Sea make it difficult for life to flourish in its harsh waters; but since biblical times people have been using the salt, water and mud for a myriad of health and beauty products.
Cleopatra, widely considered throughout history as one of the most beautiful women who ever lived, was a fan of using beauty products made with dead sea minerals. Products made from dead sea salt, mud and water are mineral rich. Magnesium, bromine, iodine, sulfur, potassium, calcium, sodium, zinc, strontium, manganese, lithium and boron are just some of the skin nourishing minerals you can find in the dead sea.Wondering how dead sea mineral products can help you in your quest for beauty? Simple, if you have rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, acne, or aging skin dead sea minerals can help alleviate many of the common symptoms associated with these conditions. Among other things, dead sea minerals can help detoxify the skin of impurities, increase cell regeneration, heal damage, moisturize, disinfect, balance pH, protect from sun and environmental damage, and reduce inflammation. In fact, there is a dead sea mud soap that has been proven to be effective at dealing with acne, rosacea and eczema. It’s created by Adovia, and you can take a look, and pick up a few bars of it, here.