In the form of face masks, mud is usually applied once a week for approx. 15 minutes. Wash the mud with warm water before it is completely dry (while „drying”) 🧐
Before applying a mask or a mud pack to the body for the time indicated above, we recommend that you perform a skin test (Dead Sea mud is very strong). Reddening of the skin and a slight burning sensation is a natural skin reaction. The very strong reddening and burning of the skin is disturbing. In this case, we recommend that you do not use the mask or compress.
2. Did you know that… ❓
Our mud can be used in the form of masks and compresses for the whole body 🧐 It is extremely effective in the fight against the problem of oily skin, irreplaceable in the care of oily and combination skin, and invaluable in combating acne and skin eruptions caused by sebum clogging the pores of the skin 🤩
3. How much to add our salt to the bathtub ❓
You ask us this question very often.
It is assumed that cosmetic and relaxing baths are based on 0.1% – 1% salt solution (i.e. from several tablespoons to 1 kg of salt per bathtub – assuming that that half the volume of the bathtub 🛁 160-170 cm equals 100 liters of water 💦)
There are no contraindications, however, to use stronger solutions – 2%, 3% due to individual preferences and preferences. Baths 🛀 in stronger solutions can be an excellent prophylaxis for various types of skin diseases (mycoses, psoriasis and others). As in cosmetic and relaxing baths, there is quite a lot of freedom in choosing the concentrations, in baths aimed at supporting therapy – the concentrations should not be lower than 1%, i.e. 1 kg of our bath salt per bathtub 🙂