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The Benefits of Dead Sea Black Mud


Dead Sea black mud has some unique qualities that allow it to keep the skin looking young, radiant and healthy. In addition, Black Mud from the Dead Sea is also known for its ability to help with various skin ailments, such as Psoriasis.  

Black Mud Mask

Dead Sea Black Mud is not the kind of mud you will find in your back yard… actually, the secret is in the black mud's rich elements, which includes Dead Sea salts and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, natural tar, and silicon compounds. You may be surprised to find silicon compounds, although the natural silicate in the mud is responsible for the well know mask effect (so you can apply it on your skin and leave to dry and harden).

Ever Tried to Rub Mud on Your Skin?

Health wise, when you rub Dead Sea Black Mud on your body or facial skin you can improve blood circulation, and rubbing Dead Sea Black Mud on your skin can cause natural skin regeneration. Black mud products that contains fine grains can even perform as an exfoliate which cleanse the skin and remove any dirt particles, impurities and toxins, gently peeling away dead skin cells to reveal a more youthful, healthier skin.

Another benefit of Dead Sea Black Mud is its ability to moisturize and hydrate skin, which helps to reduce wrinkles.  Black mud Is a well know Dead Sea psoriasis treatment, and is proven to provide effective relief for other skin disorders including eczema, and acne, and can also be used to treat ailments such as arthritis, muscle stiffness, rheumatism, and joint inflammation.

Why is Dead Sea Black Mud So Special?

Dead Sea mud has a high concentration of salts and minerals. The reason it has such a high concentration of salts and minerals is due to the warm desert sun that evaporates the Dead Sea water, so the salts and minerals get absorbed into the mud at the bottom of the sea. This mud is then extracted and packaged, with all the impurities removed.

Dead Sea Black Mud can be used in various ways, for example you can choose between Black Mud Shampoo, Dead Sea Black Mud Soap, Black Mud Body Wrap and much more (for a complete list of black mud products visit our store).

Black Mud_Soap

In conclusion, Dead Sea black mud feeds skin with essential minerals that your skin needs. When Dead Sea mud dries and sets on the skin it pulls out any toxins that may be present in your skin, resulting in a wonderful glow. In addition, it firms and tightens the skin, giving you an exceptional anti -aging benefit. Will you try to rub some mud on your skin now? 




Sounds lyk a fantastic product i wana try it
Posted @ Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:53 AM by prashantha
does the dead sea help with reducing the appearance of a scar tissue? A small scratch that has developed into a scar.
Posted @ Saturday, April 14, 2012 6:35 AM by Najma
I live in New Mexico ,where. The outside elements are hard. On my skin ,and I'm turning 40,years old and I heard that dead sea mud ,works wonders I saw ur add on my phone and I have been looking for a good company I am looking forward to buying ur products thank from mike
Posted @ Tuesday, October 09, 2012 4:13 PM by Michael LMartinez
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Posted @ Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:17 PM by Rakibuzzaman Choudhury
Nice read! I like the suggestions.
Posted @ Friday, March 21, 2014 1:33 AM by Briny
This product is fantastic! Just apply to face for 10-15 minutes and then get a wash cloth and hot water and wipe off. It stings a little bit at first but it isnt so bad after awhile! I definitely recommend this product
Posted @ Sunday, July 05, 2015 8:48 PM by Rachel
I brought dead sea acne soap here in philippines i'm just now using this product ~ i hope it' helps me a lot to enhance and get my acne in my face . I get rid always ~ i'm using many products but it's nothing ~ i'm trying this because i heard many good thoughts using dead sea or sea salt ~thank you ~ i'll comment again here if this products really effective ~
Posted @ Thursday, August 20, 2015 12:17 PM by Elaisha
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