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See See Laboratories offers you the original benefits of the unique essential minerals of the Dead Sea.
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Essential  minerals blended with exotic natural ingredients that will moistures, relax and provide you a satin soft skin for all day.
Minerals from the Dead Sea – the lowest point on earth.
The Dead Sea lies some 417 meters below sea level at the lowest point on the earth’s surface and is a part of  the Syrian – East Africa Rift Valley, flanked by the JudeanMountains to the west and the Moab mountains to the east.
The water of the Dead Sea contains 21 minerals including magnesium, calcium, bromine and potassium. 12 of these are found in no other sea or ocean and some are recognized for imparting a relaxed feeling, nourishing the skin, activating the circulatory system and for easing rheumatic discomfort and metabolic disorders.
Comparison between the chemical composition of the Dead Sea to other lakes and oceans show that the salt’s concentration in the Dead Sea is 31.5%. The concentration of SO4 ions is very low, and the bromine ions’ concentration is the highest of all waters on earth. Chlorides neutralize most of the calcium ions in the Dead Sea and its surroundings. While in other seas NaCl is 97%, in the Dead Sea the quantity of the NaCl is only 12-18 percent. The water temperature goes from 19 degrees Celsius in February to 31 degrees Celsius in August.
The Dead Sea is one of the most saline lakes in the world. It is fed mainly by Jordan River in the north and by perennial springs and streams from the east and west. Having no outlet, the Dead Sea is a “terminal lake” which loses huge amounts of water by evaporation into the hot dry air.
This results in  high concentrations of salts and minerals in a unique composition that is particularly rich in chloride salts of magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium, bromine and various others. The Dead Sea brine’s chemical composition reflects erosion, as well as the recycling of older deposits. Leaching of minerals from the geological strata  also contributes to the Dead Sea brine and to a number of thermo mineral springs along its shores. In addition, alluvial deposits form the much valued Dead Sea mineral mud, also known as Dead Sea therapeutic black mud.