Dead Sea Bath Salts - One of the Few Things Arabs and Jews Can Agree Upon

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Harvested from the Southern Dead Sea where the concentration of minerals is the highest, The Holy Mud Company introduces its line of scented Dead Sea Bath Salts.

Every year tens of thousands of visitors from all walks of life, political persuasions and religious backgrounds travel to the Dead Sea and its many treatment spas and resorts because there’s nothing quite like a soak in a Dead Sea Salt Bath. Perhaps that is why according to the book of Samuel, King Solomon presented the Queen of Sheba with Dead Sea Bath Salts upon her visit to the Holy Land.

Considered among health professionals to be the most therapeutic bath salts on the planet, The Holy Mud Company’s Dead Sea Bath Salts turn any bathtub into a world-class spa by providing a feast of beneficial minerals that gently nourish and detoxify the skin. The extraordinary chemical composition and presence of natural skin softeners and muscle relaxers are what make this salt unique.

The Holy Mud Company’s Dead Sea Bath Salts are mixed with premium therapeutic grade essential oils and are available in the following scents: Lavender, Citrus and Mint. Best of all, you don’t need to be married to a King to secure a steady supply of Dead Sea Bath Salts, just a phone (866-HOLY-MUD), a mouse ( or a trip to your local retailer.

About The Holy Mud Company

The Holy Mud Company began selling its flagship product, The Holy Mud Dead Sea Mud Mask in the beginning of 2004. Within weeks its unique packaging design was awarded a highly coveted packaging innovation award from Global Cosmetic Industry magazine, a leading trade publication for the cosmetic and personal care industry. In the coming months The Holy Mud Company will expand its offerings to include a variety of scented Dead Sea Salt Scrubs and a series of handcrafted soaps inspired by the Holy Land.


Jared Salzman

The Holy Mud Company


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