The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth of any land mass (1,385 feet below sea level, to be exact). The quantity of water that evaporates from it is greater than that which flows into it, such that this body of water has the highest concentration of minerals worldwide.
A common therapeutic application is the Dead Sea Mud Mask. Dead Sea Mud contains active natural trace elements important to replenish your aging skin cells. It helps clear your skin of fine wrinkles thus helping it look younger and healthier. It is also considered to be a natural solution for skin problems. It renews the skin's elasticity and helps reduce fine wrinkles.
The benefits of Dead Sea mineral salts have been well known since ancient times. Today, Dead Sea mineral salts refer to salt extracted or taken from the Dead Sea.
The Dead Sea is popular with tourists from around the world for its esteemed therapeutic effects. The water of the Dead Sea is distinct, as it has ten times the salt content of other sea water. Because of its greater density, this allows anyone to easily float on Dead Sea water. Its mineral composition is also different from ocean water since only 12-18 % of Dead Sea mineral salts are sodium chloride. In comparison, 97 % of the salt in normal ocean water is sodium chloride.
A wide variety of clinical afflictions affecting different parts of the body are relieved by mineral-rich Dead Sea mud and Dead Sea mineral salts, perhaps because the minerals found in the Dead Sea are essential to human life itself. Metabolism, circulation, and relaxation are all supported by Dead Sea minerals, and conditions as various as arthritis, fatigue, migraines, dandruff and eczema have all been shown to benefit from treatment with Dead Sea mineral products. These minerals are the foundation of intelligent skin care, because they so perfectly maintain skin moisture levels, nourish skin cells, and provide the skin with natural, anti-allergenic protection.
To experience the benefits of using Dead Sea minerals first hand, try a Dead Sea Facial Mask.