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Dead Sea Power

Dead Sea, one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual landscapes in the whole world. The saltiest body of water on earth, the lowest point on earth, and the world’s richest source of natural minerals, hiding wonderful treasures which have accumulated throughout thousands of years.

The Dead Sea is 427 meters (1,401 ft) below sea level, and is 306 m (1,004 ft) deep. It is the deepest hyper saline lake in the world, with34,2%salinity making it 9.6 times as salty as the ocean.

This salinity makes a harsh environment for sea life, hence its name. The Dead Sea is 50 kilometres (31 mi) long and 15 kilometres (9 mi) wide at its widest point. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and is fed by Jordan River.

The Dead Sea is very rich in natural minerals that are essential for the health and care of the body skin including Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Bromine, Sulphur, and Iodine. They are well known for relieving pains and sufferings caused by arthritis, rheumatism, psoriasis, eczema, headache and foot-ache, while nourishing and softening the skin.

The uniqueness and richness of the Dead Sea made it an attraction point for millions of people today and in history being a single source of health and beauty. This is the only place in the world with this particular combination of exclusive spa benefits.

Discoveries show that the ancient people visited the Dead Sea over 4000 years ago. King David, Herod, the Roman Emperor Vespasian and many of time’s subsequent royal and wealthy travellers, have all made a point to treat themselves to the therapeutic and restorative properties of the Dead Sea. King Solomon made gifts of Dead Sea Salts to the Queen of Sheba.

The Dead Sea Therapy has proved itself to be of value in treating a number of Dermatological, Rheumatologic and Pulmonary diseases especially psoriasis, Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and eczema. As a health spa, the Dead Sea offers patients an opportunity to treating various skin ailments.

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Benefits of Dead Sea :

  • Magnesium fosters good health and helps ease stiff muscles. Also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, combats skin allergies such as Psoriasis, Eczema, and reduces inflammation and limits Acne breakouts. Magnesium aids in hydrating dry or inflamed skin, relieves stress and helps cleanse the body of heavy metals that accumulate.

  • Calcium is vital for the health skin. Calcium plays a role in regulating the skin’s various functions, including skin growth, skin regeneration, and moisturizing. Calcium has anti-oxidant effect and protects your skin’s collagen and elastin producing properties, keeping your skin fresh and young.

  • Phosphorus contributes to the repair process and maintenance of various body cells which suffer from daily wear and tear. It ensures that body cells are developed properly and remain active for impressive overall health.

  • Potassium keeps the cells hydrated and supports the growth of new skin cells. Also it acts as a pH level balancer for the skin. It absorbs water molecules from the environment and hydrates the skin. Potassium also helps to relieve any stressful or anxious feelings that you might have.

  • Sodium has anti-aging properties. This is because of its ability to fight the radicals that accelerate the aging process. It helps in maintaining a youthful and healthy skin. Thus, it is an active ingredient in a range of skincare products. Sodium alone and in combination with other elements, offers a number of benefits for skin, to become a skin smoothening agent, buffering agent and acid neutralizer in bath products and antiseptics. It is widely used in cleansers and moisturizers Sodium is regarded as a mild wetting agent in products for sensitive skin. Sodium offers relatively fewer benefits for hair. Sodium in association with other constituents is widely used in shampoos and conditioners. Sodium has several important functions, including exfoliating skin, improving circulation, easing stiff muscles and clearing up uneven skin tone.

  • Zinc plays antioxidant role in protecting against free radical-induced oxidative damage. Zinc protects against UV radiation, enhances wound healing, contributes to immune and neuropsychiatric functions, and decreases the relative risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Using zinc has shown some potential in preventing and alleviating the inflammation and scarring associated with acne. It may also help heal damaged skin around acne that does develop. Dandruff and some fungal infections of the scalp have been shown to respond to the use of shampoos containing Zinc. Studies have also shown that zinc may aid in the treatment of several other skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis, burns.

  • Bromine relieves stress in the skin and indirectly soothes sensitivities. Also, helps with the natural repair of the body together with cell metabolism and can be used as a natural antibiotic. In addition it helps fight germs when applied directly to skin.

  • Sulphur has several potential uses for skin health. Dermatologists sometimes recommend topical sulphur ointments for treating acne, Seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, eczema and dandruff. It is responsible for the cleansing and exfoliating action of dead skin cells.

  • Iodine is a strong disinfectant and an antibacterial agent. It accentuates skin regeneration and removes skin tags and fine lines, and helps heal skin scars and pimples. Also helps control hair loss.

  • Iron is a useful element for the proper functioning of antioxidants, and also helps to activate B vitamins, which also contributes to the maintenance of healthy skin.

  • Selenium helps fight free radicals. It forms antioxidants in the body to fight free radicals that damage cells and cause aging. It is the best antioxidant to prevent or reduce aging due to oxidation. In addition, selenium is considered the only remedy for treating and getting rid of acne. Selenium accelerates hair growth and reduces dandruff. Selenium can destroy the fungus known as Malassezia on the scalp. Selenium is an ingredient in many anti-dandruff shampoos to combat dandruff. Selenium is an anti-inflammatory agent. Combining selenium with vitamin E can cure chronic conditions such as psoriasis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and eczema.

  • Aluminum helps reduce perspiration from the skin and also acts as an astringent, providing a refreshing tingling sensation. Because alum tends to tighten the skin, it helps to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This ingredient also has antimicrobial properties and can help wrinkle creams do the double duty of bacteria-killing cleansers. Aluminum powder is popular in the cosmetics industry as it acts as a thickener and pigmenting ingredient.

  • Copper plays an important role in skin care as it promotes the production of melanin, which is responsible for skin color. Copper peptides and copper gluconates are promising skin care products. Copper ingredients promote collagen production and skin regeneration, as well as enhance the effect of antioxidants. Reduces redness of the skin after laser treatment. It is also known to smooth out acne scars and skin blemishes. Copper has also appeared in hair products, where it increases the size of hair follicles, making hair thicker and denser. In addition, copper is an important mineral that helps fight wrinkles by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. Helps to oxygenate the skin, helps the skin retain moisture and increases the healing rate of the skin after acne.

  • Chromium is very important for maintaining youth and prolonging the life of the skin. In addition, this is one of the best acne treatments created by nature itself. Chromium will help the skin fight infections and prevent the spread of bacteria in the numerous pores of the skin.

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