Limos from the Mediterranean Sea Salty Lagoon Spa Therapy
How to use:
Apply the clay covering your body. Let dry for 20 minutes. Then remove the clay with warm water and a gentle massage.
Montmorillonite; Aqua\Water\Eau; Glycerin; Maris Sal; Algae Extract; Hypericum Perforatum Flower Extract; Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Leaf Extract; Glyceryl Caprylate; Glyceryl Undecylenate; Xanthan Gum; Phytic Acid; Benzyl Alcohol; Potassium Sorbate; Sodium Benzoate; Cinnamomum Zeylanicum (Cinnamomum Verum) Leaf Oil; Eugenol*. *Natural components of essential oils - Essential oils natural components - Composants naturels des huiles essentielles.
Clays have been used since ancient times due to their high therapeutic properties. Green clay is the most active and "young", whose evolutionary stage of the mineral is less advanced. It is the best variety, very rich in magnesium, it also contains silicon, potassium, soda, lime, phosphates, iron oxides, aluminum and titanium. It has an exceptional absorption capacity and purity. It is detoxifying, remineralizing and absorbent.
The Mediterranean Sea is a natural enclave of the Region of Murcia with the largest salt lagoon in the world with a great wealth of seaweed. They are classified by the color they present, the most used being sea lettuce (green), fucus and laminaria (brown) and gelidios (red). The enormous benefits that sea algae provide us derive directly from their properties, since a very important concentration of active elements is achieved. In addition to organic iodine, it is rich in essential trace elements such as Mn, Sn, Cl, Se, U, Mo, Ag, Br, Cu, F, Au, Co; vitamins A, B, C, D and E; alginic acid and alginates, mineral salts, proteins, carotenoids and halogenated phenols among others. The great wealth of minerals that algae provide us favors cell stimulation, managing to delay the appearance of wrinkles, purifying, and eliminating toxins, creating a perfect skin balance.
The waters of the Mediterranean Sea have been used since ancient times in different body beauty treatments. Ionic concentrations such as magnesium, calcium, sodium, bromine, iodine and fluorine are higher than those of other places. It has been shown that thermal treatments with this type of saline waters produce an osmotic effect in the interstitial tissues of the body and a consequent activation of the same. As a result, there is an elimination of toxic particles and muscle relaxation.