Properties: Absorbent, luxurious, & rich in minerals
Cultivation: Naturally occuring Cultivation Definitions
The Dead Sea has been a prime source of therapeutic industry since antiquity. It is thought of as a place of healing; its high mineral content, including bromide, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sulphate, soothes an array of ailments. The use of Dead Sea Clay in your cleansers, exfoliators, masks or other formulations may aid in the rejuvenation of the skin and naturally reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Not for internal use.
Extraction method: Harvested
Shelf life: Indefinite when stored properly
Storage: Keep sealed in a cool, dark place. Heat, oxygen, and light degrade the product.
May be used in soaps, cleansers, masks, and many other formulations. It may be useful as a thickener in some recipes, or as a mild abrasive. It is prone to clumping when mixed with liquid— for smoothest blending, whisk slowly into liquid rather than adding liquid to the clay.
To avoid waste product, start with small measurements and incrementally work your way up.
Mix with water for a simple poultice.
Not for internal use. Avoid inhalation.
100% pure Dead Sea Clay