5 Great Uses of Dead Sea Salt For Your Skin

Dead sea salt on beach at sunrise. Israel

Dead Sea Salt refers to salt and other mineral deposits extracted from the Dead Sea . This salty composition differs significantly from oceanic salt. The Dead Sea Valley, in Southern Israel, is also the lowest land mass on earth—1385 feet below sea level. A visit to the Dead Sea is a unique experience for the body and soul. A vacation from the rat race with the bonus of taking a dip in the waters saturated in minerals and vitamins that do good to the skin.

Dead Sea Salt was harvested as far back as 3000 years ago by the people of Ancient Egypt and since then has been utilized in various unguents, skin creams, body scrubs and soaps.

The Dead Sea’s mineral composition varies with season, rainfall, depth of deposit, and includes the essential minerals Magnesium, Bromide, Iodine, Potassium, Sulfur, Calcium, Sodium, and Zinc.

Magnesium heals the tissues while sulfur—a natural disinfectant, accelerates hair growth; potassium adds moisture to the skin; zinc treats and cures acne; calcium accelerates the growth of nails, and bromide refreshes your skin.

Use Dead Sea Salt on your face and body—scrub and exfoliate : Dead sea salts granules are large and rough. If you want to use this salt it on your face as an exfoliant grind the salt until it is of a finer texture. Mix two tablespoons of ground salt crystals with one tablespoon of oil.  Oils to use can be Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Oil, Argan Oil or Marula oil. You can add a drop or two of your favorite serum as well. Apply to face and massage very gently for a couple of minutes and then rinse off.   Dead sea salts can also be used as a rinse following the use of a clay Masque. Once the masque is removed and face is clean, dissolve 2 tsp of salt in 2 cups of warm water. Once dissolved, dip a cotton towel into the salty water and massage the towel over your face.  The high mineral content of the salt is rejuvenating with anti-aging properties to the skin.

Coconut Verbena Dead Sea Salt Scrub

Use Dead Sea Salt in your bath The best recipe for a home spa that does good for your body and soul – 4 tablespoons of Dead Sea salt, 5-7 drops of aromatic oil of your favorite scent— mint for the treatment of the respiratory system, lavender for relaxation, and add two tablespoons of drinking soda for strengthening the ties between salt and oils. ​Scented candles, soothing music and eye cover will improve your overall relaxation.

Use Dead Sea Salt for your hair Wash your hair, wipe it slightly with a towel and massage the scalp gently for about ten minutes with Dead Sea salt, then rinse thoroughly for soft and dandruff –free hair.

Benefits of Dead Sea Salt on your fingernails and toenails. Dip your feet in a tub with warm water and sprinkle two tablespoons over the nails. Keep nails wet for twenty minutes. The result: healthy fingernails and toenails free of fungus and infections.

Yummy to sprinkle on your food In its basic form, Dead Sea salt isn’t edible, since its many minerals, especially magnesium, taste bitter. For culinary use, the salt is dissolved, rinsed off most of its minerals, then recrystallized and rinsed again to clean the top layer. The result is a natural and quality sea salt used in leading cuisines worldwide because its coarse grains dissolve relatively slowly and help to longer preserve food freshness. It also accelerates the digestion of food.

Rosemira Products​ Dead Sea Salts are Featured in:

Coconut Verbena Dead Sea Salt Scrub

Lavender & Geranium Deep Cleansing Clay Masque

Dead Sea Salts

Frankincense & Rose Exfoliating Facial Scrub

Let’s Go Lymph – Lymphatic Energizing Foot & Body Scrub

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