VOLCANIC ASH is truly Mother Nature’s natural skin purifier. Rich in minerals, its exfoliating properties mean that it is ideal for removing the dead outer layers of skin. The strong absorption of sebum and cooling effect refreshes the skin and contracts pores.  It is also EXCELLENT for oily skin.

The Dead Sea’s rich mineral salts deeply cleanse and tone. This unique soap combines pure Dead Sea salt, argan oil and shea butter in a natural vegetable base. Triple milled* right at the source — The Dead Sea. Absolutely nothing  artificial. Scented with a natural botanical extract blend.

 

*Triple milling creates a higher quality, longer lasting bar.

 


Ingredients: Sodium Palmate (Saponified Palm Oil), Sodium Palm Kernelate (Saponified Palm Kernel Oil), Water (Aqua), Parfum (Fragrance), Illite (and) Montmorillonite (and) Kaolinite, Sodium Chloride (Salt), Glycerin (Vegetable Glycerin), Maris Sal (Dead Sea Salt), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Argania Spinosa (Argan Oil), Black 2 CI 77266 (Plant Based Pigment), Citric Acid, Tocopherol (Vitamin E).

 

One with Nature, Triple Milled Mineral Soap, Volcanic Mud(200 g)

SKU: volcanic mud soap
$9.00Price
  • The therapeutic powers of the Dead Sea have been acclaimed for thousands of years, as well as being used in the skin care regiments since the time of Cleopatra. Located at the earth’s lowest point of elevation, the Dead Sea has a greater solid content than any other body of water. The salts and muds found here are abundantly rich in sodium, magnesium, potassium, calcium and bromine. The mineral salts from the Dead Sea are unique for their high proportion of potassium and magnesium ions and its relatively low sodium ion content.

    The mineral-rich Dead Sea nourishes and revitalizes skin cells and has deep cleansing and purifying qualities, drawing toxins from the body.

    This combination contributes to the allure and mystique of the Dead Sea and its renowned therapeutic properties.

    Learn more in this CNN / Dr. Sanjay Gupta video on the therapeutic benefits of the Dead Sea . . .