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Dead Sea Salt
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Immagine1Kg Dead Sea Mineral Salt
Extracted from the Dead Sea. Sun dried. Packaged and sealed. Nothing more, nothing less. A miracle of nature for bath time.
(art.5.00)
Immagine25Kg Dead Sea Mineral Salt
In a lined plastic and nylon bag, hygienically sealed. Ideal if, whether for pleasure or therapy, you canít do without it. Value for money multi-pack.
(art.5.25)
Obtained by natural evaporation of water from the Dead Sea this pure salt, complete with all its minerals, doesnít undergo any further processing. Itís composed of more than 25 minerals and important trace elements accumulated over millions of years. The concentration of salt is a good ten times greater than that of any other sea or ocean.

Ideal for a restorative or softening bath, Dead Sea Salt stimulates cell metabolism, enhances skin hydration as well as helping to ease muscle tension and promote relaxation. Itís an optimal addition to treatments for various skin disorders including: psoriasis, vitiligo, eczemas and acne. It has detoxing properties and a noticeably revitalizing and toning effect. It increases the skinís ability to stay hydrated, giving it a renewed, compact texture and elasticity, for example, in cases of cellulite.

A bath with at least 500g Dead Sea Salt relaxes tired, tense muscles, enveloping body and soul with pleasurably relaxing sensations. Used as a footbath it soothes tired and painful joints.

Grandmaís tip: use this salt to exfoliate Before taking a bath put two handfuls of salt into a bowl, crush them and add 2 dessert spoons of honey and a few drops of lemon juice. Mix them until they become a smooth paste. Apply to the body, massaging lightly, beginning with the feet and working up to the shoulders and arms. Quickly rinse off in the shower, then draw and enjoy your bath.

Benefits of Dead Sea Minerals:
Magnesium: Promotes healing of skin tissue and provides skin surface with anti-allergic element. Essential for cell metabolism
Bromide: Soothes skin, relaxes body muscles, and tranquilizes nerves
Chlorine : Maintains the tissue water and acid-base balance
Iodine: Important for the correct functioning of thyroid gland and is an important factor in the bodyís metabolic exchanges
Sulfur: A natural disinfectant (constituent of certain vitamins) Potassium: A moisture regulator, maintains neutral environment in the skin
Calcium: A building block for connective tissue under the skinís surface Sodium: Relieves stiffness and muscle cramps and maintains the neutral environment of the skin
Zinc: A key factor in enzymatic regulation of cell proliferation

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