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Suitable for use on all skin types, including very dry or sensitive skin, acne-prone skin, psoriasis/eczema-prone skin and children.

Our Black Mud Soap is made using mud from the Dead Sea. As it's 100% natural, the appearance can change based on the conditions leading up to and at the point of harvest. The appearance of your Black Mud Soap can vary from black to grey, to brown. Don't worry, no matter the shade of your black Mud Soap, it's packed full of skin-loving ingredients.

Black Mud Soap 100g

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Perfect for:
Skin that cannot tolerate soap. For face + body.

Feel good benefits:
Soothes mind whilst bathing + showering.

Black Mud Soap contains 100% pure Dead Sea Mud. The mineral-rich marine mud balances the skin’s pH and is suitable for problem skin, sensitive skin or skin intolerant to regular soap. It is fragrance free and does not contain SLS or animal fats. Used as a regular soap on the face and body, it lathers into a foam to naturally clean and refresh the skin, without drying the skin.

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Suitable for use on all skin types, including very dry or sensitive skin, acne-prone skin, psoriasis/eczema-prone skin and children.

Our Black Mud Soap is made using mud from the Dead Sea. As it's 100% natural, the appearance can change based on the conditions leading up to and at the point of harvest. The appearance of your Black Mud Soap can vary from black to grey, to brown. Don't worry, no matter the shade of your black Mud Soap, it's packed full of skin-loving ingredients.

Health First Skincare

100% Vegan

Cruelty Free

Spa Self-Care

SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING

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Every Sea Magik product uses the highest quality ingredients, meets our sustainability criteria and offers transformative wellbeing benefits – all at an accessible price, because you shouldn’t have to pay more to feel good.​