The first and most important thing you need to remember is that Dead Sea Mud should only be used externally. Consumption of Dead Sea Mud can have adverse effects on your body.
If your skin is sensitive or allergic to elements such as chrome and nickel, avoid the use of Dead Sea Mud. Even though these elements are rarely present in Dead Sea Mud, if you’re allergic to them, you can get severe allergic reactions.
How is Dead Sea Mud Extracted?
The southern end of the Dead Sea has the maximum concentration of minerals and salts.
With the help of large shovels, the raw Dead Sea Mud is collected in barrels for further processing.
Once it is harvested from the Dead Sea, it is placed in natural mineral water to mature. Typically, the maturation process of Dead Sea Mud involves the oxidation and reduction of the mud for one year.
The color of the harvested mud can vary depending on the season of harvest and the weather. Dead Sea Mud harvested during the winter months is dark grey, while Dead Sea Mud harvested during the summer months is light grey. The matured and purified Dead Sea Mud does not contain any sand and is extremely fine and soft.
How is Dead Sea Mud Used on Skin?
The most effective way to use Dead Sea Mud on your skin is in the form of a mask. Apply a think mask of Dead Sea Mud to your face using your fingertips in a gentle upward motion. If you end up applying a very thick mask, it will not dry.
To remove the impurities and soften your skin, make sure you apply the mask until it dries. Our Magnetic Dead Sea Mud Mask is a pure, mineral-rich detoxifying mask that flushes out the toxins from the skin, hydrates it, improves blood flow, and prevent premature aging. It also works against fine lines and wrinkles.
Other Dead Sea Mud skin care products are Dead Sea Mud hand and foot creams, Dead Sea Mud soaps and body washes, Dead Sea Mud face wash, etc.