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People have been taking advantage of these minerals for thousands of years. Millions of people around the world visit this incredible body of water to cover themselves in the mineral rich mud. Using Mud as soap is not new. Cleopatra and King Herod used mud from the Dead Sea to add extra life to the skin, and to the other organs in the body.
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The waters from the Dead Sea are unique in that they contain 27% of various salts as compared to 3% in normal sea water. Further, while sodium accounts for approximately 80% of the salt content of normal sea water, it comprises much less of the salt total in water from the Dead Sea. The balance of the salts in Dead Sea water are magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride and bromides.
The minerals which are present in the mud are all natural minerals which your skin needs every day. By using Dead Sea mud, or a mud mask, you are basically feeding your skin these essential minerals. Minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, bromine and calcium are all needed by your skin to help maintain the right moisture levels and hydration
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…the salt sea on the east, the way to Beth-hajeshimoth, and from the south, under the falls of Pisgah.