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The first time I ever tried a mask was in high school. I was in a personal culture class. It was a rather archaic class where we learned outdated rules about skin care and fashion. Anyways, I had to try a clay mask, and I didn’t really care for it. Too bad I didn’t have this Dead Sea Mud Mask back then.

InstaNatural’s Dead Sea Mud Mask is an all-natural detoxifier and purifier that comes from the renowned and sacred Dead Sea. More than a million visitors each year flock to this extraordinary body of water in the Mediterranean, which contains many minerals beneficial to the skin, such as magnesium, sodium, bromine, potassium and calcium.

Once applied, this mud mask treatment starts working to absorb excess oil, dirt and toxins from the skin. It is great to expunge acne, pimples and blackheads. It also helps to restore an even skin tone for a smoother complexion. When used as a body treatment, the mud mask can soothe and relieve muscles aches and pains.

Whether used on the face or the body, our Dead Sea Mud Mask is a superb in-home spa treatment that will reveal more vibrant, refined, healthier skin.

I have tried several of Instanatural’s products, and although they all come through, with glowing colors. However, this mud mask may well  be my very favorite. I have used many different clay type masks and this is far and away the best one I’ve used. I am really thrilled with this. 

My skin feels very clean after use and I don’t leave it on for the full length, I think if I did, it would peel my rather sensitive skin.

I also have to mention that I was really excited and impressed by the generous amount of product there is in this container. The tub is huge and pretty darn near full to the brim, since I only need a little at a time, I will be able to use it a long time.

This is the only mud mask I want to use. You can order it at Amazon or here:
http://instanatural.com/collections/body-hair/products/dead-sea-mud-mask

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