Zion Health Launches Popular Do-It-Yourself Face Mask Remedy: Ancient Clay Sulfur Bath Minerals to Retail Outlets in the U.S.

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The biggest trends in 2016 include DIY face masks. Zion's Sulfur Bath Minerals are recommended for DIY Face Masks, Acne treatments and Detoxifying Bath treatments.

Zion Health is proud to announce Ancient Clay Sulfur Bath Minerals will now be available for purchase in retail outlets in the U.S. and Canada. These unique minerals combine precipitated sulfur with high-grade, nutrient-rich calcium montmorillonite clay. Sulfur is used in pharmaceutical skin preparations for the treatment of acne and other conditions. The minerals are used to kill bacteria, fungi and parasites. Ancient Clay Sulfur Bath Minerals are 100% natural and formulated to accommodate DIY face mask recipes. Do-it yourself fans may now purchase Zion's Sulfur Bath minerals in their local health food store or online at http://www.adamaminerals.com.

According to http://www.skininc.com, "The professionalization of DIY skin care regimes is gaining speed and upping the ante. Tools that had been only available to qualified professionals working in spas and clinics are now readily available for at-home use." Beauty Bloggers include DIY face mask recipes for numerous skin conditions. Pinterest includes over 1000 DIY skin care recipes for a long list of skin ailments. Beauty companies such as Lush also include a variety of products formulated for DIY fans. Zion Health's Ancient Clay Sulfur Bath Minerals is a new addition to the market that also serves as a natural remedy for supporting unique DIY formulations.

Sulfur is a naturally-occurring mineral that is found mostly near hot springs and volcanic craters. It has a distinct smell, caused by sulfur dioxide gas escaping into the air. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, “Mud baths containing sulfur, often called balneotherapy, can help treat skin disorders and arthritis.” Sulfur is also a popular homeopathic remedy used to treat symptoms related to itchy skin, acne, eczema, ringworm, and scabies.

Bentonite clays, like calcium montmorillonite, have long been used to detoxify and cleanse skin naturally by indigenous cultures worldwide. According to the research of Wendell Hoffman, author of “Using Energy to Heal,” bentonite clay used in a bath can draw out toxic chemicals through the pores of the skin. The clay has a negative charge that binds positively charged toxins, viruses and bacteria to remove them from the body.

Zion Health’s Ancient Clay Sulfur Bath Minerals is now available at local health food markets and co-ops throughout the United States and Canada. Zion provides its consumers with pure skin and body care products that are vegan, free of aluminum and formulated using certified organic ingredients whenever possible. For more information on Zion Health products, visit their website.

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