If your skin feels dull and dreary, look to the Dead Sea. Lies between Israel and Jordan the Dead Sea contains 33% salt. This salt is enriched with minerals that salt revive and revitalize your skin when used as a scrub. Try it!!! You’ll surely notice a remarkable improvement in your skin only after a few days of use.
Keep it Fine
As you know, facial skin happens to be proportionally delicate and sensitive than the body skin, so when it comes to face, a gentle abrasive is ideal. Dead Sea salts are available in variety of grain sizes- from fine to coarse. Coarse Dead Sea salt is best for rough surfaces like your elbows, knees and calloused feet. But for the facial skin, coarse-grained salt may prove highly damaging and irritating. Mixed with an ingredient that can make the grains glide easily, fine Dead Sea salt revitalizes your face by removing dead skin cells from it.
Choose Your Oil
Oil helps the fine grains slither over your skin to smooth it down. Sweet almond oil, safflower oil, olive oil and coconut oil are ideal option for your facial skin. You can settle on any of these four oils or can use a blend of all these to produce an opulently refreshing scrub. To reap maximum benefits of the scrub, make sure to stick with a ratio of 1/2 cup Dead Sea salt and 1/4 cup your preferred oil.
Salty and Sweet
Addition of some fresh fruits can enhance efficacy of the Dead Sea salt. Fruits contain Alpha-hydroxy acid that assist the salt in sloughing off the dead skin, leaving you with refresh, rejuvenated and healthy skin. Add ¼ cup of grated apple, grapes, pineapples or kiwi to the salt-oil mixture. If your skin is oily, you may want to add banana to the scrub to sop up some of the sebum from your skin. Choice is yours, try different fruits to find the perfect combo of oils and fruit to match your skin-type. Once you do, use it once a week.