Tea tree oil has antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effects. This
versatile helper treats even the most problematic skin and helps to get rid of
sensitivity and unpleasant redness, while pleasantly refreshes the skin and gives
it a beautiful look.
The beneficial effects of the Dead Sea have been known since ancient times.
Romans and Jews built baths and special washrooms on the banks of the Dead
Sea where they used water and mud. Two thousand years ago, the Roman
historian Flavius wrote that King Herod also visited the mineral springs of the
Dead Sea for treatment and relaxation. Nevertheless, the beautiful Cleopatra
used the power of mud baths knowing that they have healing and beneficial
effects on the body. The Dead Sea is the richest source of minerals and trace
elements contained in water and mineral mud. For thousands of years, thermal
mineral springs have been filling the Dead Sea. The desert climate causes the
Dead Sea water to evaporate, leaving minerals to settle and accumulate. Mineral
mud from the Dead Sea has a beneficial effect on scars, revitalizes hair roots and
helps to fight against dandruff. It nourishes the skin of the face, increases the
elasticity of the tissue and skin and slows down the process of aging. It has also
a positive effect on headaches and migraines.