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Our luxurious exfoliating and aromatherapy spa body treatments will stimulate, detoxify, hydrate and exfoliate your skin from head to toe. You’ll love how toned and smooth you skin feels.
Mud and clay masks are similar as they both come from the earth; however the benefits are slightly different. The main difference between the two is that mud a skin-healing agent, while clay is a cosmetic, drying skin agent. Clay masks are most useful for someone who has oily skin and is prone to breakouts of acne and blemishes. Mud is water-based, so the product in mask form is more hydrating than drying. A mud mask is more beneficial to someone with dryer, duller skin
Seaweed can absorb toxins such as preservatives, pesticides, pollution and bacteria from your skin. Applied topically, it draws out oils from the skin and its high potassium content regulates moisture levels. This natural resource is high in minerals, amino acids and vitamins that enhance the skin. The rich nutrient content of seaweed reduces skin inflammation, calms, hydrates and tones to give clear, healthful skin.
Mud masks are known to improve blood circulation under the skin, cleanse skin of dirt and impurities, moisturize and refresh tired skin and make the skin appear brighter, softer and clearer. In addition to the cleansing, moisturizing and upkeep of the skin, mud masks also serve to repair skin tissue, which improves the skin's natural elasticity, making it appear younger.
A clay mask is best for absorbing excess dirt and oil and drying out excessively oily skin. In addition to its drying effect, clay masks tighten sagging skin, exfoliates dead skin cells from the face and refines enlarged or inflamed pores.