Herbomineral mud mask from Auromère is a great alternative to traditional ones Soap which tend to dry out the skin. The mud cleanses the skin as an exfoliant. It cares for the whole body with the purest natural ingredients. This makes the skin silky smooth and has a rejuvenating effect. It gives a wonderfully fresh scent.
The Ayurvedic tradition of mud therapyAccording to Ayurvedic tradition, mud therapy is one of the 5 elements. The mud therapy is one of these 5 element therapies for the element earth (bhūmi or pṛthvī) correspond. In the old Ayurvedic text Harita Samhita (approx. 6th or 7th century AD) 5 different types of mud / clay are described, each of which has different therapeutic properties and differ in their color: black, red, white, yellow and blue (kṛṣṇa, rakta, sīta, pīta, nīla). The Multanni Mitti or clay from Multan (also known as Fuller's earth), which is very popular in Ayurvedic cosmetics, is a type of white clay. The various clays used in Ayurvedic mud therapy usually come from pristine places like clean rivers and lakes. Traditionally, mud is used locally as a moisturizing mask wrap or pack in combination with special Ayurvedic herbs. However, it can also be used in a full-body mud bath or as a body scrub. The mud wrap remains active as long as it remains moist and after about 20 to 30 minutes it dries and is washed off.