How Sea Clay Can Benefit Your Skin

Before I get into the many benefits of sea clay, I wanted to give you a quick history lesson of it’s origin. Sea Clay comes from the Dead Sea located in Israel and Jordan, about 15 miles east of Jerusalem. It’s known as the lowest surface on the planet and because it has a salt concentration seven times that of the ocean, there is no life in the water besides bacteria. Ancient populations used to soothe a variety of illnesses and injuries and even to this day, people visit the Dead Sea for spa treatments and therapies.

Since it comes from the Earth and is completely natural, Sea Clay contains a ton of important nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sulfate, aluminum and iron. As some of you may know, sea clay is found in many products like soaps, bath bombs, sugar scrubs, herbal teas, and of course, face masks. For skin care, it’s amazing for hydrating and moisturizing your skin. It can also treat skin imperfections such as acne, psoriasis and eczema.

Sea clay is great for oily skin because it has absorption properties. Some common ingredients found in home made sea clay masks are avocado oil, hazelnut oil, polawax emulsifying wax, tea tree essential oil, sea clay, kaolin clay, ginseng extract and optiphen. Susan Ciminelli has an amazing, all natural sea clay mask that combine nutrients from the earth and the sea. Seawater extracts and clay sediments absorb excess oils, tighten pores, calm redness and stimulate circulation without drying the skin as impurities rise to the surface. Other ingredients in this product include, algae extract, seaweed extract, aloe vera, cornflower extract, lime extract, wheat germ and zinc oxide. This sea clay mask rids your skin of toxins accumulated from poor food choices and environmental factors which can cause blemishes, redness and clogged pores, giving you clearer, softer skin.

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Categories: Health & Wellness
Published on April 28, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

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  1. Thank you very much for sharing your experience about skin care

    Comment by New looklaser — May 18, 2018 @ 6:36 am

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