I have always known there was something fishy about that jar of Dead Sea Mud my mom brought back from Israel…
I’ve heard lots about other clarifying mud washes like Bentonite,Rhassoul and a lot others but unfortunately i have not been able to gain access to any of these things.
So i started thinking about the Dead Sea Mud in my Mom’s room because i overheard her say something about it being good for face and skin masks.
So i thought,”IT COULD DO MY HAIR SOME GOOD TOO!”
Here’s the fish;
DEAD SEA MUD
Black mineral mud found in the Dead Sea region rich in magnesium, calcium, potassium, and iron, is essential to maintaining healthy, supple skin. The natural properties of mud have been scientifically proven to restore suppleness and moisture levels in overly dry skin while relieving and soothing symptoms such as soreness, roughness, redness and cracking. (Ahava – the beauty spa on the Dead Sea in Israel)
Here’s some amazing interesting hair-related things i found out about Dead Sea Mud:
- Hair Loss: By using Dead Sea Salt in cleansing the scalp, it improves the hair follicles ability to allow hair to growth, in turn reducing hair loss
- Natural Nourishment: The Dead Sea contains 15 times the Magnesium found in ordinary sea water. Magnesium helps the metabolism of skin cells, as well as being an anti-allergen. The minerals in Dead Sea Mud will:
- nourish your hair and stimulate hair growth
- prevent your scalp and hair from drying
- provides balance by way of Calcium
- strengthen your hair by way of Iron
- maintain moisture and water balance on the hair and scalp by way of Potassium
These minerals all together take care of your hair naturally without the risk damage. Using Dead Sea products will not only help you end existing hair and scalp problems, it will also help you prevent them and maintain strong and healthy hair.
Magnesium helps the metabolism of skin cells, as well as being an anti-allergen. Other Dead Sea minerals include zinc, bromine and iodine.
source @Concealed Jewel Inc.
- Dead Sea clay, among others can be extremely beneficial for preventing hair loss. Heredity, stress, and even scalp conditions can be attributed to hair loss by the blood vessels in the hair follicles that shrink and cut off food and oxygen. According to Livestrong, Dead Sea mud contains manganese, which is a mineral that increases blood flow, so merely massaging Dead Sea clay or mud into your scalp and let sit for ten minutes will improve the health of your scalp.
AND SKIN-RELATED TOO
Dead Sea mud improves blood circulation and considered to be one of the healthiest things that you can use for your skin. The mud also improves the nervous system and the metabolism of the body. It may be used as a cleanser as it contains a large quantity of minerals that act as a natural cleanser, exfoliating and nourishing the skin. Mud masks remove toxins that go a little deeper than the skin’s surface.
Dead Sea mud is rich with Potassium and magnesium which boost the healing power of the skin. Applying Dead Sea mud on the scalp may help with hair loss as it can stimulate hair roots and eliminate dandruff. Mud minerals strengthen the hair roots enhance hair growth.
Using Dead Sea mud can relieve pains caused by arthritis and rheumatism y improving blood circulation and relaxing muscles and joints.
This unique type of mud is actually one of the most beneficial types of mud in the world. Medical research has shown that mud from the Dead Sea can be used to cure a variety of different skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, arthritis pain, fibromyalgia, muscle stiffness, joint inflammation, and dry skin.
Better blood circulation, metabolism and a more relaxed nervous system are also to be expected from using a Dead Sea mud mask. It also heals wounds, stimulates hair roots, eliminates dandruff, relieves stress and fatigue, and more.
When Dead Sea mud dries on the surface of the skin, it pulls out any toxins and leaves the skin completely clean, refreshed and pure. It also firms and tightens the skin, leaving it looking younger. Dead Sea mud is very healthy for your skin. Its benefits include promotion and healing of skin tissue, allergies prevention, protection against pollutants, an anti-toxic effect, a soothing effect, improved blood circulation an effective relief for skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, acne and wrinkles, exfoliation of dead skin cell, and more.
I’m so giving my hair enough of this tomorrow…