The Dead Sea with its wondrous black mud has been attracting tourists from all over the world to enjoy beauty and cosmetic treatments.
It was known as Queen Cleopatra’s private spa, and since women have always been active in the Dead Sea. It were the ancient Egyptians who revealed to the world the secrets of the Dead Sea Minerals and their effect on the skin. They even used black mud in their Mummifying process, but it was Queen Cleopatra’s celebrity visit that made it an ultimate feminine beauty source.
Natural cosmetic has always been a part on the Dead Sea’s history, and it is still today a known center for beauty treatments. Along its shores are many spas and clinics that offer treatments based on the rich native treasures.
The Dead Sea offers a combination of health, beauty, energy and rejuvenation powers. The Dead Sea water contain the highest minerals combination, including Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Sulphur and Iron that are vital for healthy, soft skin.
Life In The Dead Sea
In contrary to its’ name it is a source of life, vitality and renewed energy, thanks to the unique mineral combination, the clear dry dessert air and the low sun radiation. The Jordan River water, dry climate and dessert sand all come together to produce the most hydrating and nourishing mud and salt.
Located 425 meters below see levels, the air it richer in oxygen and low of pollens, a perfect combination for people who suffer from allergies and asthma.
Cosmetic treatments are based on all these unique features including the mineral water, mud, salt and even sun exposure. These treatments are clinically proven to assist a vast array of health conditions.
The Dead Sea area is known for its effectiveness in treating skin ailments, rheumatic pains and breathing syndromes. Moreover, people with hyper blood pressure and blood circulation issues will discover that these treatments can improve their condition.
Mud Is The New Black
The black mineral mud is ideal to treat joint inflammation and rheumatic pains. It’s a very common sight to see people walking covered in mud from head to toe, and getting beauty treatments with mud to treat the skin. These special surrounding attracts women to the Dead Sea, from agriculture to tourism, women’s circles and beauty care.