Dead Sea Minerals

The Dead Sea’s mineral-rich waters consist of: Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, Potassium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Sodium, Iron, Iodine, Bromine, Silicon, Manganese and many others. Each of the natural compositions plays an important role in maintaining healthy skin:

  • Iodine exhibits bactericidal properties, regulates the hormonal balance;
  • Bromine has antiseptic and sedative effects;
  • Potassium is responsible for moisture level in cells, promotes rapid tissue regeneration;
  • Magnesium protects the skin from inflammation;
  • Calcium is essential for bone formation, and its deficiency impairs blood clotting;
  • Iron is involved in oxygen transport and the process of formation of red blood cells;
  • Silicon stimulates the renewal of skin cells, inhibits the ageing process;
  • Sulfur promotes the formation of new collagen fibres responsible for skin elasticity.