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Seacret Dead Sea Mud Soap Review

I never thought I would be writing this Seacret Dead Sea Mud Soap Review.

 

When I first heard people were getting clear, younger looking skin by covering their face with mud…

I thought I had ventured into the twilight zone.

I have been using different facial products my whole life.

…Channel, Este Lauder, Clinique, Vichy, St. Ives, Element, Shiseido….

(to name a few…hehe)

And never have any of those been made of mud…

…or were a bar of soap for that matter!

Maybe I was left out of something pretty fascinating.

You never know unless you try it right?

So I did.

The result?

I freakin fell in love with Dead Sea Mud Soap.

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I used it 2 times a day on my body, hands, and face.

All over!

My face, typically plagued with acne, began to clear up.

Even IF I got a new pimple…

…it was gone within a day!

My complexion all over was becoming even.

Blackheads were being vanquished.

It was like a magic trick.

Mud seems like it would be full of impurities..

I mean, that’s why when you were a kid your mom always screamed after you, covered in mud from playing in the park, threw you in the tub, just to get you clean.

Right?

Wrong…

… not ALL mud is full of dirt and debris.

Dead Sea Mud contains a ton of dead sea salt and minerals that are beneficial in skincare, like…

…magnesium

…potassium

…calcium

…natural tar, and

…silicon compounds.

Regular ol’ mud, albiet does contain minerals, is mainly composed of Soil, Silt, and Clay.

Not things you want on your skin!

Now that we know what Dead Sea Mud is made of…

and although you know that I love the stuff….

…I really want to give you the most unbiased review of the Seacret Dead Sea Mud Soap as possible.

So you can make up your own mind.

Pros
      • Removes Dead Skin Cells

The mud soap itself has a gritty texture, this is because of the silicon compounds which helps to exfoliate the skin and remove the dead skin cells and blackheads leaving your face soft and smooth.

      • Helps with Acne and other skin conditions

All the minerals in the soap help treat, detoxify, and cleanse the skin and aids in even the most sensitive skin conditions like Acne, Psoriasis, and Eczema. My boyfriend has eczema on his hand and within two days of using this mud soap on his hands, it was completely gone!

      • Increases Blood Circulation

Low blood circulation is the cause of uneven skin tone, dark spots, and wrinkles. The mud soap actually helps increase this blood circulation in your face which is why I even noticed my complexion even out!

      • No residue or film left on the skin

The fear I had using a bar of soap on my face is that I didn’t want a film left on my skin that traditional bar soaps give you. They clean your skin but then the chemicals feel as though they are drying and worsening the condition of your skin…but not with the mud soap!

Cons
      • Dissolves quickly

The first time I used the Dead Sea Mud Soap, I had it in the shower. I noticed after 2 weeks, the bar had completely vanished… I knew I was using it multiple times a day, but it seemed like it should have lasted longer. Then my brain kicked in! The mud soap is literally just made of mud, which dissolves quickly in water. So if you’re using it – make sure you keep it out of direct water stream if you want it to last longer and not waste it all like I did the first time! Lesson learned.

      • Can order online only

This may be an assumption, but I personally have never seen this Dead Sea Mud at a store…maybe a kiosk, but you’ll pay more… so you order online, which can take a few days to arrive. Make sure you time it right so you are never out!

      • More expensive than other bars of soap

Now I have to admit, it has been a long time since I bought a traditional bar of soap… the last one I remember buying was Irish Spring and it’s scent realllly reminds me of my dad! But, I am pretty sure that getting a bar of soap typically costs a few dollars. Mud Soap is not scented and can be more expensive than what you can get at your grocery store… the benefits you receive are pretty incredible and there really is only one dead sea mud. You get what you pay for.

      • Can be messy

It’s made of mud, and let’s face it. Mud is messy. What I have found is that the water marks that can be left behind from using this mud are browny/black and pretty apparent they are there! Be clean messy bessy ;)

How to use the Mud Soap

Simple.

…dampen the skin

…later

…rinse,  and

…dry!

If you have acne prone skin, psoriasis, eczema, or any other sensitive skin condition, use the mud soap AT LEAST 2 times daily (or as needed) for the best results.

Remember to stay consistent and give it AT LEAST 12 weeks…

Sounds excessive, I know.

Why?

Your skin takes time to normalize to a new product.

Sometimes you are having to go to the deepest layers meaning…

…sometimes it can get worse before it gets better.

That’s sort of what happened to me.

I saw immediate results within the first 2 weeks.

3-4th week the little bumps under my skin became pimples.

5-6th week – clear skin baby!

For the best results…

Make sure to follow up with Toner and moisturizer.

How to Buy Dead Sea Mud Products

If you have gone through my review and are saying to yourself…

Okay, Jess!

I love it too!

Then you can order the Seacret Mud Soap for yourself!

Or, you may be curious how you can experience the same benefits with different types of products.

Lucky for you Seacret offers other products made from Dead Sea Mud.

…Seacret Mud Mask

…Seacret M4 Magnetic Mud Mask

…Seacret Mineral Rich Hydrating Mud Shampoo

I have these and other Seacret Products Reviewed for you…

…including 2 warnings before you buy!

All in All

Of course, there are some cons to consider…

When isn’t there?

The pros have definitely provided me the confidence I have been searching for in my journey to clear skin.

When it all boils down to it.

I love the Seacret Dead Sea Mud Soap.

I hope you do too!

Your Seacret Weapon,

Jessica Parmar

 

2 Comments

  1. Shannon
    April 7, 2014 - Reply

    What toner and moisturizer did you use? Does Seacret sell them?

    • Jessica Parmar
      April 7, 2014

      Hey Shannon! The toner and moisturizer I use are from Seacret, the Seacret Mineral-Rich Refining Toner and the Essential Moisture Face Cream (this one is oil free). If you want to see what other products Seacret has and a lil summary of each and how to get them, click here. Hope that helped :) If you have any other questions, feel free to let me know!

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2 Comments

  1. Shannon
    April 7, 2014 - Reply

    What toner and moisturizer did you use? Does Seacret sell them?

    • Jessica Parmar
      April 7, 2014

      Hey Shannon! The toner and moisturizer I use are from Seacret, the Seacret Mineral-Rich Refining Toner and the Essential Moisture Face Cream (this one is oil free). If you want to see what other products Seacret has and a lil summary of each and how to get them, click here. Hope that helped :) If you have any other questions, feel free to let me know!


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