Dead Sea Mud Mask
The minerals in Dead Sea Mud are capable of improving many skin conditions, including Roseacea and other discolouring and ‘spotty’ conditions. It has even been used to successfully treat unsightly rashes of indeterminate origin, (see testimonial in the Dead Sea Mud Face Mask section of this article).
Dead Sea Mud has also been used to alleviate the symptoms of Eczema and Psoriasis, improving the feel and appearance significantly.
Dead Sea Mud Vs Sunshine
Please be aware, that we, at Wild As The Wind, believe that sunbathing is the best form of cure for things like Psoriasis. So, we advise everyone to make best use of the summer by leaving all Psoriasis affected areas exposed to the sun’s rays as often as possible.
*We also advise against using commercial sun creams as these have been conclusively found to be the biggest cause of skin cancer. You can read more about sunscreen and cancer in the Skincare Toxicity section of the Skincare page on the Wild As The Wind website.
*All natural oils have a natural SPF value.
The Wild As The Wind FACIAL OIL No. 2 has a minimum SPF of 6 for example.
Most people who use Dead Sea Mud do so on the face, but it can be used effectively anywhere on the body.
Our facial skin is rather delicate compared to other parts of the body, but it is the skin that we expose to all of the elements all year round.
It is also exposed to more toxins because it is always exposed regardless of the weather… so, replenishing it with oodles of minerals and sucking out all the nasty toxins when the Dead Sea Mud dries is one of the kindest, and rejuvenating things we can do for our faces!
I used to have a really unsightly red rash all around my nose and upper lip every winter. Bumps, like emerging spots, would cluster within the reddened skin. Stress would make them ten times worse. I tried lots of different ointments and creams that promised good results but none of them worked. The best I could do was cover it all up with foundation, but I think this just made it worse in the long run… Then I discovered Dead Sea Mud. It worked wonders. I couldn’t believe how fast it would clear the rash… and it cleared it completely…. It only takes two or three intensive applications of the mud before the rash just goes. I apply it in the evenings for two or three days on the trot and then the rash just fades away.
Dead Sea Mud Face Mask For Healthy Skin
Whilst Dead Sea Mud Face Masks are brilliant for people with many dermatologically challenging skin conditions, using Dead Sea Mud Face Masks on normal skin is also incredibly nourishing.
Dead Sea Mud Face Masks will improve the condition and texture of your facial skin, and will also provide much needed nourishment and will provide really effective detoxification of the skin.
If you live or work in a city, you can expect to see dramatic results just from the detoxifying action of Dead Sea Mud alone!
The Dead Sea Mud will detoxify the facial skin and nourish it with incredibly pure and rich ancient minerals.
My daughter and I had a pamper night and the Dead Sea face mask was amazing. My face felt baby soft afterwards and it was easy to use.
Applying Dead Sea Mud
Applying Dead Sea Mud anywhere on the body is a doddle. If you intend to cover a large area of the body we recommend spooning the required amount of Dead Sea Mud out of the container prior to use.
Using Dead Sea Mud as a Face Mask also couldn’t be easier. Just apply the mud by dabbing two fingers (your fore finger and middlle finger), into the pot of mud and then smearing it gently on the face avoiding eyes, lips and hair, as in the picture above.
Leave to dry for a minimum of 15 minutes.
After the Dead Sea Mud has been completely dry for a few minutes you can wash it off by splashing and wiping the face with warm water.
*Please note, if you use a sponge or cloth the Dead Sea Mud is likely to permanently discolour it. I personally like to use a cloth, and so I have bought a black face cloth for this purpose.
The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.