The Dead Sea is known for its high saline content, which allows swimmers to float on the surface of the water. But the Dead Sea is also a treasure trove for skin care enthusiasts thanks to the famous black clay found on the sea floor which is rich in minerals and antioxidants that are incredibly good for your skin. However, the popularity of this unique clay also means that the market is flooded with mud masks that claim to be made with clay from the Dead Sea. This can make it hard to know what the best Dead Sea mud masks truly are, which is why I've put together this handy guide.
All three of the options on this list are made with genuine Dead Sea mud and no unnecessary added toxins or harsh chemicals. They can help with everything from clogged pores and uneven skin tone to acne and psoriasis. And while most of them are marketed for use on your face, you can also use them all over your body to help with things like bacne, dry spots, and irritation.
What's really wonderful about these masks is that they're safe for nearly all skin types. I have sensitive skin that's definitely on the drier side, but I find that this type of mud doesn't dry out my skin the way other clay masks do; in fact, they're actually quite nourishing. And if you're oily-skinned or acne-prone? Perfect. These pore-sucking masks are definitely right for you.