Jericho Dead Sea Skin Care Blog

Dead Sea Sulphur Soap Skin Benefits

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Tue, Jan 17, 2012 @ 17:01 PM

So which is it Sulphur or Sulfur? However you spell it, Sulphur Soap or Sulfur Soap, the benefits to your skin are just as amazing!

The main ingredient is Jericho Dead Sea Sulphur Soap is, obviously, Sulphur.  Sulphur is a mineral found is the Dead Sea that usually looks like a soft yellow rock. Sulfur has detoxifying effect as well as a high therapeutic effect on skin disease, also benefiting asthma, arteriosclerosis, rheumatism and joint pains.  Sulphur is used to treat many common skin conditions thanks to its antibacterial and antiseptic benefits.

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The healing powers found in Sulphur Soap are truly hard to match. Jericho Dead Sea Sulfur Soap is recommended to treat acne, eczema, psoriasis and overall oily skin types. Jericho Dead Sea Sulfur Soap is infused with natural moisturizers like olive oil and aloe vera extract, to keep skin hydrated and plump. The result is a clean, refreshed and moisturized skin.

Sulphur Soap for Acne

Acne prone skin is usually oily from excessive sebum production. Sulfur has the ability to dry out the skin and create a gentle peel. Dead Sea Sulphur Soap can help decrease inflammation caused by bacteria, and diminish the oiliness of the skin.  Regular use of Dead Sea Sulfur Soap can help reduce the appearance of whiteheads, pimples and other blemishes caused by acne. 

Sulfur Soap for Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrhea can make your skin greasy, flaky, reddish and even scaly. Some suffer from Seborrhea on the face and hairline; others even have it on their chest and underarms. Dead Sea Sulphur Soap is extremely effective in reducing the fungus which causes the disease.

Dead Sea Sulphur Soap for Rosacea

People who suffer from rosacea have chronic redness and blemishes around their cheeks, nose, chin and forehead. Dead Sea Sulfur Soap dries the skin just enough to reduce redness and clear the skin of blemishes and discolorations.

Topics: Sulphur, Sulfur