Face masks are products that some people live by, and others don't really seem to understand quite yet.
It's understandable not to see the point in them at first, considering a slab of mud might not be the first thing you'd think to use when trying to cleanse your face. That said, face masks are surprisingly effective and natural ways not only to clean the face but also to add nutrients that can improve its quality.
Let's take a look at face masks in this article, giving you a better idea of what they are and how they operate.
The Impressive Benefit of Face Masks
When it comes to keeping a healthy face, the enemies are impurities that enter the pores. Dirt, remnants of makeup, sweat, and much more can seep their way into our pores and give us blemishes, acne, or worse. The typical response is to run to the store, grab some chemical wipes or lotions, and do our best to burn those impurities out of our skin with a laundry list of unpronounceable chemicals. The face mask, particularly the mud mask, offers a natural alternative to that process. Mud masks lie atop the skin, keeping their distance from the pores but actively pulling impurities out of them. Pulling impurities is the most salient feature of mud masks. Just like charcoal can pull stains from your teeth, mud can pull dirt and toxins from the skin. Additionally, mud masks scrub and exfoliate dead skin. Dead skin gets in the way of our skin's natural radiance. Something to the tune of 30 to 40,000 skin cells die on our faces every minute, so there's going to be a buildup that has to get cleaned. Those cells stick around, make us flaky, and clog our pores. Once that dead skin is exfoliated, mud masks offer up a cocktail of enriching nutrients to improve our skin.
Why Dead Sea Mud Makes The Best Mud Mask
Dead Sea mud masks are unique in that they come from a very special location on earth.
The dead sea sits amid mountains in the Middle East and rests at the lowest sea level of any large body of water in the world. That location makes this sea home to a unique combination of minerals that find their way into the mud and silt on the floor of the sea.
Potassium, magnesium, and sodium are among those minerals that can provide a benefit to the face. The minerals in Dead Sea mud have also been proven to use antimicrobial qualities which help cleanse bacteria and clear acne.
If you're looking for options, grace & stella offers great Dead Sea mud mask options that will naturally cleanse your face with the help of the beautiful dead sea. Our Dead Sea masks are excellent at purifying and detoxifying your skin, cleansing your pores with kaolin, moisturizing with shea butter, and stimulating healing across the board.
It also includes ingredients like deionized water, sunflower oil, jojoba oil, hickory bark extract, and more. Take a look at our Dead Sea mask and get a better idea of how it can revitalize your skin.