Wellness Tourism – The Dead Sea.

The Dead Sea, Jordan. At 1300 feet below Sea level, the Dead Sea is famous for being the lowest point on earth. It is also famous for its amazing healing powers. Float in it, slather on the inky black mud, finish with the vigorous salt exfoliation and feel the mineral-rich waters of Israel’s famous Dead Sea soothe your skin with healthful properties, it can improve your skin’s functionality by making it a better barrier and more elastic. Nine times more salty than most sea water.

The Dead Sea, Amman Jordan. The shores of Jericho across the sea.

Three essential ingredients to restorative health: A buoyant sea of high volume salt, black mud and exfoliating salt. Reduce aging, solve health issues – researchers have established that the high concentrations of salt and Dead Sea mud as a mud compress can decrease symptoms and inflammation in patients. Dead Sea minerals include Magnesium, potassium and calcium. Additionally, each of the 21 minerals found in the Dead Sea is vital for the skin’s normal metabolism extending the treatment benefits and making it applicable for all skin diseases.

Wellness tourism! The 5-star Kempinski Hotel is perched over the Dead Sea and their private beach offers daily immersion soaks, black sea mud compress and a vigorous salt rub exfoliation.

There was an American tourist floating in the sea, he was staying at the hotel for 2 weeks of treatment- I wonder if Medicare would approve this treatment – I could use two weeks at a 5 star hotel for treatment!

Kempinski Beach Lifeguard- Miracle Man!

My beach lifeguard promised me a twenty-year age reduction and I’m convinced he was right. He started with 40 years, but we agreed twenty years would be perfect! I also promised to post his photograph on my website in exchange for the extra special anti-aging treatment- a definite quid pro quo agreement.

Mud Compress after my 10 minute float, pre salt exfoliation. Dead Sea Jordan
Post Dead Sea soak, mud compress and vigorous salt exfoliation – clearly 20 years younger!