Monday, March 16, 2015

#Adovia Dead Sea Mud Review (Tomoson)

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I received Pure Dead Sea Mud for Skin Care Treatment and Mud Wraps by Adovia, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The mud comes in a 11-pound-tub. The tub is different from the affiliate picture above. The mud can be used for detoxification, pain relief, stress relief, heat therapy, etc. You can make DIY (do-it-yourself) home or homeopathic remedies with the mud. You can add essential oils to the mud, such as coconut, maybe peppermint, or lavender (I have those). The mud also helps hydrate the skin. After choosing an application for the mud, you apply to your body and let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes (or as needed)

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The first thing, I did not like, was the tub came wrapped in tons of tape and plastic. Taking all the tape and plastic off, took forever. I had to use scissors and plenty of elbow grease. I also noticed some of the water and mud leaking from the tub. It took me about 15-20 minutes to finally get to the bucket and open it.
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I used the mud for a face mask. My face felt refreshed afterwards. I used a moisturizer after  I rinsed the mud off.  I also found a great way to use the mud as a body wrap from reading reviews on Amazon. I may try that tonight. With the 11 pound tub, you have options for many uses without running out of mud, anytime soon.

Joybilee Farm Dead Sea Mud Treatment with Essential Oils. She discusses using the mud for pain therapy

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