What is the effect of Dead Sea products?
Our body needs minerals
Minerals play an important role in maintaining our health; they contribute to healthy skin, bones, teeth, hair, nails, nerve and muscle activity and the regulation of body fluids. The body needs minerals to use vitamins. We can live longer without vitamins than with a mineral deficiency. Without minerals, the body can no longer repair damaged cells and tissue.
The lack of only one trace mineral can cause a multitude of skin problems. The theory that there is a greater risk of certain types of skin cancer in someone suffering from a lack of certain minerals in the body or a lack of a trace element such as selenium is increasingly supported by evidence from various clinical studies.
(Source: Bergner, Paul, The Healing Power of Minerals, Prima, Rocklin CA, 1997 Clays).
Application Dead Sea products
Our mineral-rich products ensure exceptional results:
- They treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, couperose and pigmentation marks.
- They slow the process of skin aging.
- They support overall health.
People with very sensitive skin and allergies may also use the products.
Minerals are not made in the body and must therefore be administered through food or through the skin. Because our bodies cannot store minerals (when they have fulfilled their function they are excreted) they must be supplied continuously. Daily use of Dead Sea products and washing with Dead Sea salt is an effective way to provide your body with these minerals (of course in combination with a healthy and varied diet).
Authentic Dead Sea Cosmetics
Our selected Dead Sea products have a very beneficial effect on the overall condition of the skin. Pale, sagging skin will shine again with regular use. Oily and dry skin turn back into balance and healthy skin retains its good condition for a longer period of time. The use of these Dead Sea products has no harmful side effects and there is no habituation with prolonged use.
Our Dead Sea products are free from:
- synthetic fragrances and dyes
- animal testing