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Mud is good for us?

Updated on January 11, 2015

Dead Sea Mud

Dead Sea Mud has been known to have many benefits for those who suffer from skin alignments like eczema. Sodium potassium and calcium the Dead Sea mud has in soil when studied to help those aliments. Everyone of us need help when the body becomes inflamed and out of control for internal mishaps.

Opening the box of help

Upon receipt of this product I was diagnosis with a skin and the treatment for is was antibiotics along with cream to help clear up the skin after receiving the product by InstaNatural is has helped with the controlling of the spreading of more outburst of the condition. After applying the Dead Sea Mud to the skin you can feel organic blends of Jojoba oil, Aloe Vera helping with the healing process of the skin. Shea Butter is another important part of this product and the benefits of Shea Butter has the healing property of Vitamin A that is important to the skin when healing allergies, frost bites and many other skin conditions, because it has the properties for release the sebaceous glands into the skin that gives that relief and along with that give the skin much need moisturizer. In Dead Sea Mud this is this the ideal cream because it is believed that Shea Butter has a healing agent that promotes the acceleration when used on wounds. Vitamin E is in Shea Butter contain in Shea Butter but does not have the same affect on the skin as Vitamin A, the anti-free radical in Shea Butter help with exposure to the sun.

History of the makeup of Dead Sea Mud

History on the seed oils that are extracted from Shea Butter, part one of the extraction is called saponifiable fraction this is where moisturizing that Shea Butter has, the second is called nonsponifiable fraction this is the side where the healing properties from the seed.

Organic Aloe Vera

Organic Aloe Vera is another healing product within Dead Sea Mud so it is not surprising that Aloe Vera is soothing and let’s the skin benefit from the effect. In Dead Sea Mud organic aloe Vera can help with sensitive, delicate or even dry skin. Dead Sea Mud helps with inflammation underneath the skin and gives relief to the area.

Organic Calendula Oil

Calendula Oil is seen to help restore nourishment to dry skin irritated by flare-ups. The Calendula is infused brom calendula flowers and Olea is from olive oil Helianthus from sunflowers when organically grown.


Dead Sea Mud by InstaNatural is the helper that many skins of all type to make sure that you get what is needed for each skin type.

Guarantee from InstaNatural

Manufacturer Guarantee - InstaNatural is proud to back their products with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Policy, no matter where you buy our products. If you are not completely happy with your purchase, please contact us for a refund - no questions asked.

JoJoba Plant oil

The Organic Oil is the liquid fro the seed of the Simmondsia Chenesis (Jojoba) plant, this plant is grown in southern California and Arizona sometimes in northwestern part of Mexico. This Jojoba oil was used in place of Whale oil when the ban was placed back in 1971 then the producers of cosmetics need a replacement. They went in search of a more natural product that could be used in various products. Jojoba was the winner for all it could be used in cosmetics, lotions and moisturizers. Jojoba is pure oil where it can be uses on hair, skin and nails. Jojoba was seen as an all over oil that would keep the skin moisturized. There a lot of other uses for Jojoba for instance in the use of controlling mildew is just one of the products.

Muddy face

Mud is the new fighter in wrinkles for us all whether it is a man or woman we all want to look our best. When Cleopatra was soaking in mud no one who believed that we would be applying it to our bodies once again for the benefits.

The above descriptions of the ingredients are important of all when selecting the right product and should be read carefully to make sure that you and the product are RIGHT for each other. To me what is going in and on the body are important. Please know that some extracts from plants should be considered.

Hoping that I have been some help in the selection of what items should and should not be together.

Don't every say >>>



Here I am when using the product make sure that you wait the time and then rinse off the face in warm water and see the magic from the product. Currently I am half using my mask three days a week and glad to see my face looking a little more like me. So for the best result use at least three times a week and you will the difference.

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