The Dead Sea
The lowest point on the Earth's surface
The dead sea is the largest natural spa in the world and the lowest point on earth, situated 417 meters (1,373 ft.) below sea level.
The healing powers of the Dead Sea have been known for centuries. The high salt and mineral content provides a multitude of therapeutic and medicinal benefits, particularly for those suffering from skin disorders such as psoriasis dermatitis, eczema, and acne, among others. The therapeutic benefits of the Dead Sea have attracted tourists from all over the world, making the Dead Sea region a desired travel stop for thousands seeking its curative powers and relaxation.
the precious dead sea minerals are known for inducing a relaxed feeling and nourishing the skin as well as activating the circulatory system and easing rheumatic discomfort and metabolic disorders
Dead Sea Mud:
The curative effects of Dead Sea mud has been known for centuries. The Dead Sea black mud is coming from the bottom of the Sea and is located along the coastline. The mud is rich in Magnesium and other 35 minerals such as Sodium, Potassium and Calcium. Dead Sea mud eases skin disorders and ailments by pulling toxins out, cleansing the pores of the skin, and removing any impurities that contribute to inflammation and skin disorders.
Mud smearing on the body increases cardiac output and blood flow, increases secretion of substances suppressing inflammation, increases excretion of antioxidants, renews skin cells, strengthens the hair roots and eliminates toxins from the body.
Dead Sea Salt:
Compared to the 3% salt content of ordinary sea water, the Dead Sea water contains 32% salts with a relatively high concentration of minerals such as magnesium, calcium, bromide and potassium. Exposure to Dead Sea water is uniquely acclaimed for nourishing the skin, easing rheumatic discomfort, activating the circulatory system, and relaxing the nerves.
It assists in cleansing, detoxifying, and restoring a healthy status quo to the body, especially the skin and muscles.