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    Detoxify Your Skin with New Dead Sea Mud Soap

    [caption id="attachment_6650" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Dead Sea Mud and Shea Butter Soap Dead Sea Mud and Shea Butter Soap[/caption] Want to deeply cleanse your skin and rid yourself of even the smallest impurities? Surprisingly, one of the best ways to do this is with dead sea mud! Dead sea mud is packed with healing minerals and nutrients that refresh and replenish your skins pH balance while drawing out impurities. The Dead Sea is unique because of its high concentrations of salts and minerals. It is especially rich in magnesium, sodium, potassium and calcium. Use of Dead Sea mud has been studied in connection with health benefits and healing properties for physical ailments. Symptoms of skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema and acne can be controlled by using Dead Sea mud. Its rich mineral content accelerates natural exfoliation and restores your skin's pH balance. Dead Sea mud is not a permanent healer, but regular use of it can provide physical relief and keep your skin disorder under control. It also helps to draw out impurities from deep within your pores. Dead Sea Mud Can Reduce Cellulite Dead Sea mud has a high concentration of minerals such as magnesium, calcium and potassium. These minerals promote blood circulation, relaxing your nerves. Cellulite is the fat that causes a cottage-cheese like appearance on your body. Fat and body fluids become trapped in skin tissues near the surface of your skin. Massaging Dead Sea mud on the areas with cellulite stimulates the blood circulation and cleanses toxins out through your pores. This helps flatten out the cottage-cheese bumps that are caused by cellulite. This soap has added shea butter to replenish your skin's moisture after cleansing and make you feel softer and soothed. Enjoy this soap for yourself! Click Here to find out more. Check out a huge selection of affordable African products and soaps by clicking on the links below! Click here to find out HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS selling African products!
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