Menopause is an inevitable part of every woman’s life. It comes with a host of symptoms, ranging from hot flushes to mood swings, that can be disruptive and uncomfortable.
And while there are various treatments available, some women may prefer a more natural approach to managing their symptoms.
One such remedy is sea minerals. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of sea minerals for menopause and why you might want to consider incorporating them into your routine.
Rich in Nutrients
Sea minerals are a rich source of several key nutrients that can be beneficial for menopausal women. These include magnesium, calcium, and potassium, all of which are essential for maintaining healthy bones.
Sea minerals are also high in iodine, which can improve thyroid function and boost metabolism.
Incorporating sea minerals into your self-care, diet or taking supplements can be an effective way to ensure you’re getting these important nutrients.
Inflammation is a common factor in many menopausal symptoms, including joint pain, headaches, and hot flushes.
Sea minerals have anti-inflammatory properties that can help soothe these symptoms naturally, reducing inflammation and associated discomfort.
Mood swings and irritability are common symptoms of menopause that can be challenging to manage. Sea minerals contain several compounds that can promote a positive mood and reduce anxiety.
For example, magnesium, found in abundance in sea minerals, has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.
An added bonus is that sea minerals are also rich in essential amino acids that promote the production of serotonin, a hormone associated with happiness and well-being.
Improved Skin Health
As women age, our skin can become dry and lose its elasticity, leading to more visible signs of ageing. Sea minerals can help maintain skin health and reduce the appearance of ageing.
They contain collagen-boosting compounds that can improve skin elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Additionally, sea minerals contain antioxidants that help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, which can accelerate the ageing process.
Introducing sea minerals into your skincare routine
If you’re looking for a quick way to get a micro-dose of sea minerals or Blue Therapy into your life, or you’re suffering from hot flushes, try our 21 Mineral Mist, a hydrating natural water mist infused with the 21 minerals of the Dead Sea.
Used to refresh the face and body throughout the day, keep 21 Mineral Mist in your handbag, on your desk or in the fridge, for an extra cooling sensation and an instant 'wake-up' for your mind.
If your skin has lost its youthful glow and vitality, our Sea Magik PRO Radiance Day Cream contains potent sea minerals that nourish and restore radiance to the skin, whilst giving protection against further skin ageing with SPF 15.
Blue Therapy Sets
And you can save 15% compared to buying the products individually with our new Blue Therapy Mist and Protect Duo, featuring both the 21 Mineral Mist and Pro-Ageing Radiance Day Cream SPF 15, helping you stay protected and cool in the summer months.
If it’s more of a soothing and relaxing experience you’re looking for to help you with menopausal symptoms, for times when you can’t get to the sea, we can bring the sea to you. Our limited-edition Blue Therapy Self-Care Set includes Dead Sea Spa Salts, Epsom Spa Salts, Refreshing Bath Shower Gel, and extra-hydrating Silky Smooth Body Lotion. Great for sea salt bathing, natural healing and daily nourishment, our new Blue Therapy Self-Care Set will save you 1/3 compared to buying products individually.
Menopause can be challenging, but natural remedies like sea minerals can be a valuable tool in managing its symptoms. Sea minerals offer an array of benefits, from relaxing the body and mind, to improving skin health, and can help balance hormones, reduce inflammation, and boost mood.
As with any supplement, it’s important to talk to your doctor before incorporating sea minerals into your routine. However, the evidence supporting their efficacy is promising and may be worth exploring as a natural alternative to (or in combination with) traditional treatments.