Beautifying Benefits of Dead Sea Salt


Dead Sea Salts Vetiver Body Scrub

Dead Sea Salt Body Scrub

Dead Sea Salt Body Scrub is one of the great ways to receive the therapeutic and beautifying benefits of Dead Sea salt mineral-rich substance.

I recently formulated a new recipe and my daughter and her girlfriends really liked the aroma, freshness and the smoothness of the skin after application.

When creating the recipe I  went after the beautifying and anti-aging properties which I am going to briefly cover.

Dead Sea salt has been used for centuries to treat skin disorders, detox and speed up healing of the body. Dead Sea salt has a much lower sodium content, compared to the regular salt and contains minerals that nourish the skin and body.

Dead Sea salt is renowned for its anti-aging ability to renew the skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, smooth and soften, and leave skin rejuvenated.

The study performed by the University of Kiel in Germany demonstrated that the minerals in Dead Sea Salt can “bind water, influence epidermal proliferation and differentiation, and enhance permeability barrier repair”. Essentially this means that minerals help the skin to stay moisturized which prevents forming of the wrinkles.

Carefully chosen essential oils blend in this recipe not only provides the healing and anti-aging benefits but has a beautiful, fresh and attractive aroma that will make you look forward to your next bathing.

Dead Sea Salts Vetiver Body ScrubDead Sea Salt Body Scrub

150-160gr of unrefined Dead Sea salts

40-50 grams of extra virgin organic coconut and  sweet almond oil

Few drops of essential oils of your choice. I like using vetiver, mint and lemon.

Directions:  In a bowl add the salts (if too coarse break them in food processor), oils (warm up the coconut oil a little)  and essential oils.

Mix everything together and pour in a recipient.

In case you are not into making it yourself we can make it for you. Order it from our e-shop by following this link.

Dead Sea Salts Vetiver Body Scrub

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