September 1, 2018

At 408 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea — located at 55 kilometers southeast of Amman, Jordan — is the lowest point of the earth’s surface, making it four times saltier than the average ocean due to the high concentration of salt and minerals which gives its renowned curative powers, therapeutic qualities, and its buoyancy.

Scientific studies reveal that there are 35 different types of minerals found in the Dead Sea that are essential for the health and care of the body skin including Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Bromine, Sulfur, and Iodine. This high concentration of minerals provide the raw materials for wellness — relieving pains and sufferings caused by arthritis, rheumatism, psoriasis, eczema, headache and foot-ache — while nourishing and softening the skin with its renowned Jordanian Dead Sea bath salts and cosmetic products being marketed worldwide.