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The Healing Power of the Dead Sea

The Healing Power of the Dead Sea

Nestled in a lush oasis overlooking Israel’s Dead Sea shore is Le Meridien Hotel. Elite Tour Club’s 7-day Luxury Spa vacations here offers you superb spa facilities and health treatments. Body-wraps, body-scrubs and mud facials of marine clay are all included — along with relaxation, reflexology and massages.

Or, if you prefer, you can simply float on the Dead Sea’s buoyancy with a book! Alternatively, if you’d prefer a break in Jordan, you can join Elite Tour Club’s 7-day Luxury Spa Retreats at the Kempenski Hotel Ishtar, or at the Marriott Dead Sea Resort. They offer an amazing array of rejuvenating treatments. Both of their spas provide body-wraps, body-scrubs and mud facials of marine clay — along with relaxation, reflexology and massages. At Kempenski Hotel’s spa, a day is set aside for a traditional Arabic treatment —

The Royal Hammam Ritual of purification and skin-cleansing. Its saltwater might warm your feet in Israel or Jordan, but all of the world’s spas are linked in some way to the Dead Sea. It’s possibly the world’s oldest-recognised spa water. With 8.6-times more salt than the ocean, this deep hyper-saline lake was prized by Cleopatra of Jerusalem for its minerals and muddy clay. But the Dead Sea’s restorative properties aren’t all about water and mud minerals — its warm dry air is exceptionally unpolluted and pretty pollen-free.

This makes it ideal for respiratory complaints. Solar therapy can be good for physical and mental wellbeing — including for seasonal affective disorder, depression and some skin conditions. The Dead Sea's low elevation has a filtering-effect on harmful UV rays; this can reduce sunburn and accumulated light damage.

Dead Sea water and clay’s beneficial properties include sodium, magnesium and bromide; all of which are believed to extract toxins. And their mineral-mix will naturally exfoliate your skin, relieve stress and be holistically healing. Bathing hydrotherapy also exploits the Dead Sea’s salt and minerals. Your skin absorbs the water’s trace-elements — magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium and iodide. Hydrotherapy showers you with warm seawater, and Elite Tour Club’s spa consultants will luxuriantly apply marine clay and algae paste to your skin. 

The Dead Sea's low elevation has a filtering-effect on harmful UV rays; this can reduce sunburn and accumulated light damage. Dead Sea water and clay’s beneficial properties include sodium, magnesium and bromide; all of which are believed to extract toxins. And their mineral-mix will naturally exfoliate your skin, relieve stress and be holistically healing. Bathing hydrotherapy also exploits the Dead Sea’s salt and minerals.

Your skin absorbs the water’s trace-elements — magnesium, potassium, calcium, sodium and iodide. Hydrotherapy showers you with warm seawater, and Elite Tour Club’s spa consultants will luxuriantly apply marine clay and algae paste to your skin.

You may also sample — Cleopatra-like — the delights of wallowing 422m below sea-level; the lowest place on Earth. Possibly the world’s oldest recognised spa water, treat yourself with one of our spa breaks.

Call our travel consultants or email info@elitetourclub.com.