The Blue Lagoon - ICELAND
The Blue Lagoon is on the Reykjanes peninsula, close to Reykjavík. Below the surface of the lagoon, freshwater and seawater combine at extreme temperatures that pick up silica, algae, and minerals that are great for your skin. Silica is a natural supplement that strengthens and improves hair, skin, and nails. The self-cleansing water renews itself every 40 hours so you don’t have to worry about germs!
Santorini Caldera - GREECE
In the middle of the Santorini Caldera, there are two volcanic islands that produce sulfuric mud. This mud helps treat a variety of skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, and eczema. The location is unique in that it isn’t on the shore of the islands, but in a shallow sea cove. Getting there requires a boat and is usually made into a relaxing day trip.
Mineral Beach - ISRAEL
Mineral Beach is a good option for visitors on the Israeli side, located in the northern part of the Dead Sea. This popular location has an abundance of Dead Sea mud, known for anti-aging and treating skin disorders. Another great perk to Mineral Beach is that you don’t have to worry about layering on the sunscreen! Due to its position below sea level, UV rays are partially blocked by an increased cloud level, so you can go for the SPF 30 rather than 100.
Hells Gate - NEW ZEALAND
Hells Gate in Rotorua, New Zealand has become known for its healing mineral mud that is rich in antibacterial, detoxifying, and moisturizing skin care benefits. The active geothermal spot produces both black, grey, and white mud, each color having different healing benefits. The black helps with arthritis, the grey exfoliates, and the white mud soothes burns.
AND if you aren’t able to travel to these amazing locations, you can use the Derma9 Zone Mask System that has amazing natural ingredients, producing similar results.