Spa Treatments

Are mud baths good for your skin?

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Spending some time up to your neck in mud can be good for your skin unlike the stereotypes attached to it. The Mud Spa therapy involves application of mud that contains natural salts and mineral over the entire body.

Answer isYes! One should certainly keep trying different skin remedies for themselves to keep up with the adventure. Mud spa is just that other unique therapy that has the following benefits:

Skin conditioning

Mud—especially Dead Sea mud—has been said to alleviate the symptoms of skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea. Being buoyed by a warm mud bath can also ease assorted aches and pains in the joints. It also exfoliates skin.


The deep heat from the Mud & geothermal waters have incredible anti-inflammatory properties which relieves muscles and joint aches and pains. This ultimately results in relaxing time for the client and for them to be stress free.

Detoxifies your body

The earth heals you in these treatments by drawing out the toxins and impurities from your body. Also, the heat from the geothermal water and the Jacuzzi jets invigorate your circulation.

Balance pH levels

Complex minerals help balance pH levels from geothermal waters that are infused into your body. You shall be completely suspended with no pressure on your body while floating in the Mud Bath.

Nourishes hair

Mud gently cleanses and conditions your hair, leaving it moisturized and soft after washing. It also soothes the scalp, due its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. It reduces dryness and flakiness and provides relief from dandruff and psoriasis.

The minerals in mud can indeed rejuvenate and stimulate skin cells, causing them to plump up for a more glowing appearance. Mud is a great moisturizer, one that naturally causes skin to feel tighter and healthier which makes it a must try therapy.


1 Comment
  1. marywhitney 4 months ago

    In order to get rid of acne and pimple breakouts on your scalp, you should change a few things in your lifestyle, such as avoiding heavy hair products, especially those with are oily because they have a tendency of blocking scalp follicles and encouraging pimples.

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