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Would you like to enjoy Dead Sea mud mask benefits at home? I would love to head off for a weekend at a spa but unfortunately, that won’t be happening in the near future. That doesn’t mean that I cannot pamper myself with a few spa treatments at home. There are many spa treatments that can be done from the comfort of your home. Just light a few candles, brew yourself a cup of herbal tea, play some soft music, and pretend you’re at an exclusive spa somewhere.
How to Enjoy Dead Sea Mud Mask Benefits
One of my favorite spa treatments is having a facial including a mask. A Dead Sea mud mask uses an ancient natural skin healing formula that is direct from the source – the Dead Sea. It contains Dead Sea Mud and all-natural ingredients like shea butter, organic sunflower oil, and calendula oil. Dead Sea mud mask benefits for your skin are well known since ancient times when it was used by Cleopatra. Thousands of years of women cannot possibly be wrong.
The Dead Sea mud contains magnesium, sodium, phosphates, bromides and other minerals thought to improve skin conditions. It has been shown to be helpful in treating skin conditions like psoriasis as well as in killing the bacteria that causes acne. It’s not the same as the mud your kids play in outside so when you’re purchasing a Dead Sea mud mask, be certain you purchase the real thing.
Mud masks are a popular treatment in high-end spas in Israel and beyond and now you can give yourself a Dead Sea mud mask at home just as easily as enjoy one at the spa. All you really need for a Dead Sea mud mask is real Dead Sea mud. You can purchase it online from the resources section below. You simply smooth it onto your skin, let it dry for 10 minutes, and then remove it with a warm wet washcloth.
Make sure that you avoid the eye and mouth area when applying the Dead Sea mud mask. If you notice any irritation at all, remove the mud mask from your face immediately using a wet washcloth.
If you have dry skin, you may find it helpful to add something to the Dead Sea mud to moisturize your skin. You can add coconut oil or shea butter and smooth that onto your skin, following the same process as above. If you have acne or rosacea (like me), you may also want to add a half a tablespoon or so of aloe vera gel to the mixture to soothe your skin. It really does depend on your preferences.
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