Feel benefits of the Dead Sea – Dead Sea Spa Magik

Written by on October 8, 2013 in Beauty, Body & Mind, Salons & Spa's, Wellbeing - Comments Off on Feel benefits of the Dead Sea – Dead Sea Spa Magik

mermaid_bodyThe dead sea is renowned for its health properties. For thousands of years people have flocked to the Dead Sea, along Israel’s border with Jordan to benefit from its minerals. The sea contains up to eight times more minerals than most seas and is the saltiest in the world.

The Dead Sea contains 33 per cent salt and a wealth of magnesium, calcium, potassium and other minerals. It is these minerals combined with the salt, sun and relaxation that are thought to have such a remarkable effects on the skin.

Researchers have found that those patients with psoriasis who bathed for an hour a day in the Dead Sea improved by 88 per cent. The water is also said to be effective in treating allergies and even arthritis.

allmygoodness have discovered a brilliant range of toiletries that are fantastic for tricky skin conditions. Dead Sea Spa Magik has wonderful benefits for psoriasis, eczema and blemishes but can be used on all sorts of skin.

We recommend their Algimud Active Seaweed Face Mask. This unique formulation of pure Dead Sea Mud and natural seaweed creates a DSBRUSH_largenew, easy-to-use peel-off mud mask, which helps to improve the skin’s texture leaving it soft, refreshed and youthful-looking. It hydrates and redefines facial contours.

They also have excellent products for hair such as; Hair Magic Serum. This intensive conditioning treatment suitable for all hair types is especially beneficial for dry and damaged hair from straightening. It contains Pro-Vitamin B5 for extra shine and conditioning. It will give bounce and shine to your locks by saturating each strand with thirst quenching minerals.

Feel the advantages of the Dead Sea without travelling further than your local health supermarket.





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