Dead sea mud It is completely natural, rich in mineral salts and trace elements, it has therapeutic and cosmetic properties,

in fact it contains 37% interstitial water (sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride, lithium, sulphate, bromide), 60% soluble solid minerals (halite, aragonite, calcite, mica, dolomite, quartz, kaolinite).
The mud acts through two mechanisms: the thermal mechanism and the reverse osmosis mechanism.
The heat developed by the Dead sea mud causes vasodilation with consequent dilation of the skin pores.
The principle of reverse osmosis makes the mud transfer minerals and trace elements to the body while absorbing liquids and metabolic waste substances.
Consequently, it eliminates the stagnation of water and toxins in a short time and improves the look of your skin. It also has a stimulating action on the immune system, with a consequent increase in resistance to infections, and an anti-stress action.
The Dead Sea mud, in addition to being an excellent ally in the fight against cellulite, (the skin becomes soft and velvety and regains elasticity and tone) is also indicated in the treatment of acne, eczema and psoriasis.
It acts within the body, with a pain-relieving action on the muscles, joints and bones, actively stimulating the blood lymphatic circulation and the renewal of connective tissue, with a repairing action.

Contraindications and side effects of Dead Sea mud

There is no contraindication for the use of Dead Sea mud, not containing iodine, not influencing the thyroid.
There are no contraindications for use in pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

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