Happy Scalp, Happy Hair

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I’ve told you all about Dead Sea Mud before and how great it is for skin because of all the natural minerals it has in it. (find that here: https://sanyadalove.wordpress.com/2014/04/26/brought-back-from-the-dead/) But What we haven’t talked about is how great it is for Hair too!

Dead Sea mud is chock full of natural minerals that nourish and heal skin from the inside out. And not just our skin, but our hair too! The key to healthy hair is to have a healthy scalp and roots. Without those, our hair can fall out, be dull, unmanageable, and dry. We may even suffer from dry scalp and dandruff without the benefit of a healthy scalp.  A healthy scalp means gorgeous looking hair, smooth and shiny from top to bottom.  Dead Sea mud is also proven to help those who suffer from psoriasis and eczema.  The stronger and healthier your skin and roots, the less hair loss you will suffer in the future because the healthier the skin surrounding your roots, and your roots, the stronger your hair.



There are a few ways to treat hair with Dead Sea Mud, one of which is to multitask your mask and use it on your scalp/hair, but the easiest of ways to utilize all those awesome vitamins and minerals and nourish your scalp and  hair is to use Dead Sea Mud Shampoo. My favorite is Adovia Mineral Mud Shampoo. It works great, leaving my hair and scalp nourished and healthy.  I no longer have unsightly flakes and can play with my hair all day without it getting damaged, dry or oily.

It is the perfect shampoo for any hair type because it is made from Dead Sea mud (chock full of 38+ vitamins and minerals), Olive oil,  Shea Butter, Vitamin E, and Chamomile. All are meant  to moisturize, nourish, and give hair the golden treatment.  This shampoo has a neutral scent making it great for men and women alike and leaves hair soft and manageable.

If you have never tried Dead Sea Mud shampoo, or even if you have, I encourage you to run over and give Adovia Mineral Mud Shampoo.  With the great results it’ll provide, and it’s satisfaction guaranteed, it is bound to be the spa treatment your hair has been waiting for!



Product Description:

  • Helps to Relieve Itching from Dry, Flaky Scalp & Dandruff
  • Helps to Relieve Symptoms of Scalp Psoriasis & Seborrhea Dermatitis
  • Made with Pure & Natural Dead Sea Mud for an Infusion of Essential Minerals into Scalp & Hair
  • Specially formulated for dry, itchy scalps & Dandruff
  • Also Contains Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Vitamin E & Chamomile for a Natural Formula that gets results.

Adovia’s Dead Sea Mud Shampoo is specially formulated with natural ingredients such as Dead Sea Mud, Chamomile & Olive Oil to bring deep hydration and moisture to the scalp, relieving itching and flakiness. Dead Sea Mud has been known for centuries for it’s healing properties and people travel from all over the world to come and experience it’s effects at the Dead Sea. Dead Sea Salts and Mud have been featured on CNN, in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Dead Sea Mud contains the highest concentration of minerals found in mun anywhere in the world. Finally the benefits of Dead Sea mud and salt are presented to you in shampoo form! These minerals are all essential for proper skin function and help to regulate moisture retention as well as hydration. You complete satisfaction is guaranteed.


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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


One comment on “Happy Scalp, Happy Hair

  1. Pingback: Dead Sea Salt Deep Conditioner | Happy Homemaker

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