mud from the Dead Sea is combined with Austrian clay and Rhoussol clay for a
perfectly delightful spa experience at home.
We’ve added Neroli floral water to the mix to make it much easier to
spread and to help with the, well, mud smell.
It smells wonderful now!
thinly over the body and let dry. Wash
off with a soft sponge. Apply
moisturizer. I apply it then get ready
for a shower: brush my teeth and usually it is dry by the time the shower is
hot and I’m finished brushing. Start
with 1 – 3 times per week and work your way up to daily if desired. I suggest to start out slowly because the
mud draws impurities and toxins from the skin that could cause a reaction. Allowing several days between mud wraps in
the beginning ensures a slow detoxification that won’t cause a reaction. It’s normal for it to tingle while applying
Dead Sea is the most saline body of water in the world with a mineral
concentration of approximately 32%, according to the Ben Gurion University of
the Negev. Mud from the Dead Sea has a high content of salts and minerals that
are claimed to be essential for the body. Dead Sea Mud may thus remove toxins
and impurities from the skin, tighten and tone the complexion, and improve
blood circulation, which may in turn aid in cell regeneration.
Beige Clay Containing multiple essential minerals
including magnesium, calcium, copper, zinc, and potassium. It is used to detoxify the body and face,
absorbing and removing impurities. It is
believed to stimulate circulation of the blood and lymph systems possibly
reducing cellulite, providing a toned, refreshed and youthful glow to the