My special solar dead sea salts mineral mix is ideal for many other treatments besides facial steaming, although after a month of weekly gentle steam you will notice your face glow with health and vitality. The salts will be absorbed into the skin leaving it rich in vital nutrient and fully hydrated. This one ounce treatment will last a while if you add the recommend 1 teaspoon to your water.
Added ingredients are rosemary and lavender oils for calming inflammations, soothing respiratory symptoms and calming the nasal passages and throat
4 ounce jar.
Facial - grind a 1/2 TSP of solar Dead Sea Salts into cleansing cream for a deep-pore cleansing and toning.
Steam therapy - dissolve a handful of Mineral Dead Sea Salts into a bowl of steaming hot water, drape towel over head and around bowl, face should be 12 - 18 inches from surface of water, breathe in through nose and out through mouth. Having a hot bath with Minera Dead Sea Salts and allowing the steam to collect in the bathroom will have a similar effect.
Note: Always rinse treated area with fresh water after each Dead Sea salt usage.
Benefits of the Dead Sea Minerals:
Promotes healing of skin tissue and provides skin surface with anti-allergic element.
Essential for cell metabolism.
Soothes skin, relaxes body muscles, and tranquilizes nerves.
A natural disinfectant (constituent of certain vitamins).
A moisture regulator that maintains a neutral environment in the skin.
A building block for corrective tissue under the skin surface.
Relieves stiffness and muscle cramps and maintains neutral environment in the skin.
Just so you know facts:
1, The Dead Sea isn’t actually a sea at all! The Dead Sea is a saltwater lake.
2, The Dead Sea is filled with minerals including calcium, iodine, saline, potassium, and bromide.
3, The minerals in the Dead Sea all naturally occur within our bodies.
4, The Dead Sea is 3 million years old.
5, The unique salt in the Dead Sea treats acne, psoriasis, hives, cellulite, dry skin, dandruff, stress, muscle aches, and more.
6, Both Jesus and John the Baptist are closely tied to the Dead Sea in biblical writings.