The Dead Sea is one of the most extraordinary places on Earth. Lying 430 meters below the sea level is considered the lowest place on Earth.
The density of water is greater than any other sea and makes it possible to float on its surface and never sink in.
The high content of salt prevents a life of fish and marine life. The salt will swallow up all remnants of life and wrap it up in beautiful shiny crystals.
The water in the Dead Sea contains 21 minerals including bromine, potassium, and magnesium. They nourish the skin, promotes circulation and relieve skin problems.
The Dead Sea Mud is full of minerals and is often used in cosmetic products. The rejuvenating effect is not the only benefit. The mud absorbs UV radiation and cleans the skin. The mixture of castor oil and the mud will create a healthy protein and minerals rich hair mask.
Salt crystals are added into the baths and regular use can help with acne, psoriasis and many other skin conditions.
Unfortunately, the destiny of Dead Sea is coming to its end. The research shows that the Dead Sea is shrinking. With more than 1 meter of the sea disappearing every year, the Dead Sea might be gone by 2050.