#Dead_Sea_mud_mask improves your blood circulation and helps revitalizing the skin. Let us analyze the facts in detail.
ABOUT DEAD SEA
Dead Sea, also known as Salt Sea is a landlocked salt lake between Israel and Jordan, which lies some 1,300 feet below the sea level, making it the lowest body of water on the surface of the Earth. Significantly, the Dead Sea waters are extremely saline, the concentration of which increases towards the bottom.
The extreme salinity of Dead Sea waters excludes all forms of life except bacteria, though some life in the form of plants most certainly thrives along its shores. Interestingly, the high density of the saline waters keeps bathers buoyant, as many people even read books floating in the water. People think the water as a natural health spa and believe the Dead Sea waters, minerals, mud and sunlight have naturally nourishing effects on their skin.
The Dead Sea has been famous for mystic, healing qualities because it is rich with minerals like sulfates and bicarbonates. It has strong concentrations of hydrogen sulfide, along with magnesium, potassium, chlorine, and bromine. The Dead Sea waters, for their minerals and mud ashore are so famous that a company called Dead Sea Works (established in 1930) located in its southern basin has been extracting chemicals and exporting them around the world.
The black mud found along the shoreline of Dead Sea is also rich in minerals, which is why it is often used in skin treatments. Most visitors, in fact, take a mud bath on the Dead Sea.
The mineral salts of Dead Sea are believed to cure or alleviate the symptoms of many ailments ranging from skin problems like eczema and psoriasis to rheumatic diseases, like arthritis and fibromyalgia. As stated in a related article on LiveStrong.com, the magnesium, calcium and potassium minerals of Dead Sea promote blood circulation and relax your nerves.