The Dead Sea is the deepest salt lake in the world. It's saline content is approximately 6-8 times higher than that of the oceans. It is named the Dead Sea because the salt concentration is so significant that plant and animal life cannot be sustained in these waters.
In addition to its noteworthy sodium chloride (salt) content, the Dead Sea is remarkably rich in other minerals including Potassium, Magnesium, Bromide and an array of other essential and trace minerals. The shores of the Dead Sea are home to many health spas and resorts. Since ancient times, the Dead Sea has attracted visitors who are familiar with the many restorative benefits of soaking in these nutrient-rich waters. It is said that those that swim in the Dead Sea easily float on the water's surface due to the high concentration of sodium chloride.
Dead Sea Salts have been used for centuries to help balance the skin, make it look and feel smoother and soothe damaged and problem skin. The synergistic mineral composition of Dead Sea Salts, including its high potassium and magnesium content, makes Dead Sea Salt one of the most beneficial natural salts available. The Dead Sea contains significantly higher quantities of these minerals than the does the ocean or other bodies of salt water. Dead Sea Salts, therefore, are superior for use in bath salts, natural exfoliants and products intended to help provide relaxation. Dead Sea Salts are an ideal choice for body exfoliating products as the salts help to re-mineralize the skin and balance moisture content.
Dead Sea Salt Properties:
- Helps regulate the moisture level of the skin
- Re-mineralizes the skin
- Restores the skin's natural pH balance
- Revitalizes the skin
- Supports healthy skin
- Soothes damaged, problem skin
- Acts as a natural exfoliant
- Leaves skin looking smoother
- Relaxes muscles
Dead Sea Salt Mineral Content:
Other Essential and Trace Minerals
Dead Sea Salt is a Highly Recommended Ingredient in Personal Care Products Intended for the Following:
Stable (Keep Away From Moisture)