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Aqua beauty, the power of the sea

beautynews

17 March 2015
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The Thalasso-therapy practice to heal with seawater, seaweed and baths, has existed for over a hundred years. The name "Thalasso" means "sea" in Greek and is a French doctor in 1857 who coined the term thalassotherapy, etymologically care by the sea.

But the water itself is not the essential element used to cure - the salt it contains, algae and mud also contain active substances such as vitamins and minerals that can give you a second youth. Minerals in seawater are very good for sensitive, dry skin and against acne.

It is not at hand for everyone to go to the sea to take advantage of its gifts. For this, many companies have put the power of the sea in a bottle. The aqua beauty has never been so easy and at hand for everyone.

The hidden powers of the Dead Sea

All but "dead": the "Salt Sea" with its 420 meters depth harbors an impressive array of minerals to regenerative skin, which fascinate mankind for centuries. The water contains more protein, so a considerable amount of mineral salts, bathers float once they return to the sea. The mud covering the bottom is rich in magnesium, calcium, potassium, strontium, boron and iron for healthy, radiant skin. The Dead Sea has not only therapeutic qualities, it also has an interest in the cosmetics sector. Many companies extract from the mud and water of the Dead Sea to manufacture cosmetics.

Mud

The recipe for mud masks is based on seabed, algae and aloe vera and sometimes essential oils from plants. These masks are particularly suitable for unhealthy and irritated skin. The substances naturally found in the mud, such as kaolin and alumina, eliminate fat and have a purifying effect. 

Algae

Algae have the power to filter and destroy the poison and heavy metals in water. But it is their effectiveness against cellulite that makes them so popular. Algae are picked directly on the surface of the seabed or aquaculture. They are then dried and then pulverized, to which other elements are added. When mixed with hot water, spread on the skin and covered with cellophane, it overcomes cellulite. There are a lot of body lotions from seaweed.

But algae have many other virtues. They provide the skin proteins, minerals and trace elements it needs. Finally, they are fighting against dryness of the skin.

Sea salt

For nutrition, getting enough salt is essential: sodium chloride in contact with the water in our body regulates the body's water balance and keeps a stable metabolism. It is the same for the skin, sea salt helps to keep well hydrated, soft and healthy skin. The salt from the Dead Sea, with its ten times larger mineral composition is ideal for sensitive and dry skin.

The caviar extract

Black gold is not only a desired dish for its distinctive taste, it is also popular as an active ingredient, for the cosmetics industry. It supplies the skin with trace elements and animated acids.

Pearls

Bright beads that are sometimes hidden in the shells are prized for centuries for their sumptuousness. But they also contain amino acids and trace elements good for the skin. They are mainly used to improve the functioning of the skin. They allow you to increase cellular regeneration of the skin, helping to maintain its elasticity and maintain good water circulation.

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