Try volcanic ashes for your beauty regimen

By fler
@feodda (579)
Philippines
October 19, 2009 1:29am CST
Volcanic ashes had been used for many centuries now. It treats variety of infections. The volcanic ashes as high in Sulfur contain. Sulfur is an active mineral that not only helps our body to resist from bacteria but actually destroy it Sulfur slows down aging process. It has the ability to protect against toxic effects for pollution and radiations. Here in my country. It happens a biggest volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo. Even the occasional violence of nature has its providential side. It was so powerful that its ash fall reached all corners of the globe and caused significant climate change. And now, it becomes a tourist spot. You will be buried in a heated volcanic sand to sweat and remove toxins; after which, they proceed to a nearby mud pool to apply volcanic mud to their bodies and then rinse in outdoor showers. The results is smoother skin, and it is said that volcanic materials can cure rheumatism and other ailments. This is adventure and fun, for health and beauty. Did you try volcanic ashes as part of your beauty tips?
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@zed_k4 (17622)
• Singapore
19 Oct 09
This is definitely2x interesting. I've never heard of this or read anywhere on this before; or perhaps I've missed it. Volcanic ashes huh... hmmmmmm ...
• Malaysia
20 Oct 09
Volcanic ashes contain sulphur which has therapeutic and medicinal value. It can be used in the treatment of skin diseases. Sulphur can kill fungi and certain viruses
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@zed_k4 (17622)
• Singapore
23 Oct 09
Thanks for telling me; this is good knowledge for sure..
@paula27661 (15898)
• Australia
19 Oct 09
I can’t say I have ever tried volcanic ashes nor have I ever heard of it being used as a beauty regime. That’s very interesting! I would not mind trying it! It sounds very soothing and relaxing. The problem is that here in Australia we are a little short of volcanic ashes, come to think of it; I’m not too sure where I would even find a volcano! Interesting discussion though and if I ever get the opportunity I’ll be sure to try it!
@feodda (579)
• Philippines
19 Oct 09
if you could have time to try it... it is nice.
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@paula27661 (15898)
• Australia
19 Oct 09
I will if I ever get the chance, I will...
@JamesKYTan (1607)
• Malaysia
20 Oct 09
Yes the high sulphur content in the volcanic ashes is therapeutic in the treatment of skin diseases. You can rub your whole body with volcanic ashes to cure your skin diseases and it is also good for your complexion. Sulphur as a mineral can kill viruses, fungi and bacteria. A lot of over-the-counter creams contain sulphur as the active ingredient. All the best.
@feodda (579)
• Philippines
20 Oct 09
It is really true. That sulfur can kill viruses and bacteria. And it can be found in the volcanic ashes most probably.
• India
19 Oct 09
This was something mew that I have not heard of.But if tue then surely would have been famous atleast in the Indian Market.Any ways thanks for sharing this tip.