Although it may seem you are putting dirt on your face it is in fact quite the opposite. And after you see the benefits of mud therapy, you won`t stop using it.
The use of mud on the skin has long been used in spas, spas, and beauty centers. Mud therapy has been in place since ancient Egypt for its healing properties, and today we mainly use it for cosmetic purposes to get a good appearance of the skin. However, mud has many other benefits that you should not miss:
1. Exfoliating effect
The mud wraps are a perfect exfoliator for the face and body that allows a greater entry of oxygen into the pores, regenerating the cells responsible for developing collagen and elastin, also responsible for releasing toxins and tightening the skin.
2. Elasticity improvement
The minerals that make up the clay are a true balm for the skin so that it improves both its tone and elasticity thanks to silicon, zinc, and copper.
3. Cellulite reduction
The mud promotes proper blood circulation, which also translates into a considerable reduction of localized fat accumulations, as well as greater toning and a firming effect.
4.Muscle recovery support
Mud therapy-based treatments are also performed in physiotherapeutic subjects. And it is that volcanic mud or even mud mixed with paraffin contributes to a speedy sports recovery and muscle injuries, osteoarthritis, or osteoporosis problems. In these cases, it is applied through therapeutic massages or as intensive mud baths.
5. Organism health care
Its application on the abdomen helps to alleviate problems related to digestion by improving intestinal transit, while if we apply the mud on the head it acts as a decongestant, and relieves headaches and headaches. In addition, its effects on the body are usually refreshing, revitalizing and even invigorating.