Since ancient times, people have flocked to the Dead Sea in order to float in its magical salty, mineral rich waters and rub themselves down with the mud that lines its banks. For literally thousands of years people have continued to do this, seeing that their skin felt incredibly good after just a couple hours by the Sea.
Now there is evidence that Dead Sea mud is very good for the skin, and that just physically being by the Dead Sea is beneficial for a number of respiratory and other ailments.
Over the last ten years, numerous research papers have been published regarding the benefits of Dead Sea mud. These papers state that Dead Sea mud contains compounds that have antimicrobial properties and can lead to younger, healthier looking skin. The unique, black, hypersaline mud can be found in a number of the most-popular beauty products like masks, mud packs and used for body and facial treatments at spas worldwide, especially at the first-class spas at the Dead Sea.
Ahava, the signature product from the Dead Sea has long used the mud found surrounding its waters in virtually all of their skin care products. Whether you are using their Dermud Nourishing Creams collection, purifying mud soaps, or one of their other products, you can now know that they are actually helping your skin.
Products aside, being by the Dead Sea and using the mud as it is found naturally on its banks is one of the best experiences that anyone could have. Plan your next visit to the Dead Sea and feel for yourself the difference that Dead Sea mud can have on your life.