Dead Sea Mud
Natural mud - Dead Sea
Black mineral mud found in the Dead Sea area, is the ultimate cleanser that nature has given us.
The mud contains millions of clay particles and has a very high mineral concentration.
Minerals are essential for our body because they are responsible for the rate of metabolism in cells. Our body does not produce minerals, but we get them externally from water or food, so it is very important to get minerals from external sources.
It is not for nothing that Dead Sea mud is considered one of the most unique and best types of mud in the world. Medical studies have shown that Dead Sea mud can be used to cure a wide range of different skin conditions, such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, joint pain, tight muscles, arthritis, and dry skin.
Among other things, it leads to increased blood circulation, better metabolism, stimulates the hair roots, treats dandruff, and releases in situations of stress and fatigue.
Mud also has a tremendous absorption capacity, 10 times more than any other substance, therefore, it treats sweat, fats and other excesses in our bodies in the best way, and is especially effective for teenagers during adulthood.
When Dead Sea mud dries on the surface of the skin, it attracts all the toxins and leaves the skin completely clean.
By minimizing pores, the elasticity of the skin is improved, and a young and fresh skin is obtained.
- Most industrial mud sold in hotels and shops is not a natural product, and contains various synthetic materials and materials
Preservatives, some of which can even cause health damage.
- Dead Sea mud, is a very concentrated mud, is not suitable for facial skin and is intended mainly for body skin. It is recommended not to be tempted
And apply it on the sensitive facial skin.
If you are interested in using Dead Sea mud as a face mask, purchase a ready-made mud product that is designed for facial skin, which
Mix it with other ingredients to lower its dose, or make an excellent one yourself.
For your use, there are several delightful ways to nourish the body with minerals through skin care and natural beauty:
Self-brewing face masks are the most popular and easiest way to make optimal use of Dead Sea mud.
Although I offer only one example here, other and different formulas can be put together easily and simply.
You can combine shea butter, clay, vegetable oils, plant extracts and more.
A recipe for a mud mask for deep cleansing
1 tablespoon natural Dead Sea mud
1.5 teaspoons cucumber seed oil
5 drops of mint essential oil
5 drops of tea tree essential oil
In a small mixing bowl (not metal) mix the Dead Sea mud and cucumber seed oil.
Then, add the essential oils and mix well again.
The best and most correct way to use face masks is to use them fresh and preferably immediately after preparation.
Make sure the face is clean, place a damp, warm towel on the face for a few minutes to help open the pores.
After removing the towel, generously apply the mask on damp skin, avoiding smearing on the eyes, nose and lips.
After application, cover the eyes with slices of fresh cucumber, lie down calmly for about 15 minutes.
Then, rinse the mask from the face with lukewarm water.
Finally, apply your favorite face cream.
Body mask / body wrap in mud
Masks or body wraps are a great way to nourish your body from head to toe.
You can use Dead Sea mud as is or add ingredients as you see fit and make the recipe more complex.
Body treatment using mud takes time, so make the time necessary to enjoy a therapeutic spa - do it yourself.
Components and equipment:
Dead Sea natural mud in a container that can be heated
Microwave or hot water bath
Plastic sheet or old cotton sheet (you do not mind staining)
A warm, heavy blanket
Clean paintbrush (optional)
A splash bottle for water
Start drinking water, about an hour before treatment and make sure we are saturated with water.
Make sure the room is warm and cozy, more fun to wait for the body mask to dry in a warm and not cold room.
The best treatment will be done by another person, who will help spread the mud and cover it afterwards.
You can start with a Dead Sea salt bath, aromatic and refreshing, combined with brushing the skin to help remove dead cells and improve blood circulation. Preparing the body in this way will improve the results of the mud treatment.
The mud should be heated by immersing the container with the mud in a hot water bath (Ban Mary) or in the microwave at intervals of
30 seconds. Once the mud is hot it should be mixed well.
If you want to enrich the mud with essential oils, such as lavender or eucalyptus that will be added to the treatment, you can add them after heating the mud.
It is important to be careful and keep the mud warm, therefore, wrap it in a towel or leave it in the hot water bath.
Before use, be sure to check the temperature so that it is not too hot.
Instructions for use:
The mud should be applied all over the body with your hands or with a clean paint brush. Avoid applying mud to open wounds.
If you feel that the mud is about to dry out, you can spray a little water or hydrosol on it.
If the treatment is like a body mask, wait for the mud to dry for about 15 minutes.
If the treatment is a mud wrap, lie on a plastic sheet or old cotton, after applying the whole body, cover the body with a blanket, and stay lying down and relaxed for about 30 minutes.
This is the time to take some time for yourself, and enjoy the feeling of rejuvenation.
Then rinse the mud in the shower, with warm water. There is no need to use soap afterwards, but you can use your favorite moisturizer.
After treatment, be sure to drink plenty of water, preferably water with lemon, to replenish fluids after treatment, and help the body cleanse itself of toxins.
To clean and release in a safe and natural way the sewer pipe from the mud left in the bath or shower, you can use a little vinegar and baking soda.
Enjoy frome dead sea mud Dsd.