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The Mystery of Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is a lake that is bordered by Jordan on the East and Israel and
Palestine in the west. It is a highly saline lake and cannot support any plant or
animal life. But, it is home to 21 essential minerals that are required by our
body for its optimal functions. Because of this the Dead Sea Water, Salt, and
Mud are used for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. Dead Sea products take
care of the therapeutic and cosmetic purposes and simultaneously, the skin
absorbs the minerals that are present in the Dead Sea Salt and Mud and
ensures the overall well-being of the body.
Interesting facts about the Dead Sea
Dead Sea Water has a density of about 1.24kg/l. Therefore, swimming
in this water is not possible. You could only float.
The Dead Sea is actually not a Sea. It is a salt water lake
The minerals in the Dead Sea are similar to the minerals that occur in
our body naturally
The Dead Sea is the second, Saltiest water body in the world
Dead Sea Salt is bitter and the taste is also different from other Sea
Water flows from rivers and streams into the Dead Sea but, the water
does not flow out of the Dead Sea.
There is no marine life in the Dead Sea Due to the high salinity of the
The shores of the Dead Sea mark the lowest elevation on the Earth.
Egyptians used Dead Sea Mud in the mummification process.
Asphalt rises to the surface of this lake.
The Dead Sea has been in existence for over 3 million years.
The Dead Sea Salt and mud contains 21 essential minerals and 12 of
them are not found in any other ocean or Sea.
The Unique Dead Sea Salt is good for treating acne, psoriasis, hives,
cellulite, dry skin, dead skin, dandruff, muscle ache, stress and other
The Climate of the Dead Sea region is dry, warm and sunny all around
The Dead Sea was called Stinky Sea, some Centuries ago.
The Dead Sea is rich in minerals like Calcium, iodine, potassium,
sodium, magnesium, bromide and other minerals that can do a lot of
good for our body.
The use of the Dead Sea Salts and Mud in the production of cosmetics, skin
care, and hair care products has made it possible for people all over the world
to reap the benefits of the Dead Sea staying within the confines of their house
by buying those products online. Check out https://nm-salt.com/dead-seasalt-scrub/