Blue Lagoon Mineral Mask from Iceland

| December 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

NEW from Blue Lagoon Iceland is the Mineral Mask ($115), which works some serious magic in only 10 to 20 minutes! Need a little extra love? Leave on overnight to wake up feeling fresher than an Icelandic-babe.

Formulated with the Blue Lagoon’s unique GEOTHERMAL SEAWATER, which flows from volcanic aquifers 2,000 meters within the earth, emerging at the surface enriched with 3 unique ingredients: algae, silica and minerals.

The ALGAE found in the Blue Lagoon’s seawater cannot be found anywhere else in the world, and as such, it is a patented ingredient. Research has proven that Blue Lagoon Algae: Reverses the effects of aging on the skin; Reduces UV-induced degradation of collagen in the skin; Stimulates skin’s natural collagen production.

Blue Lagoon Mineral Mask from Iceland

Blue Lagoon Mineral Mask from Iceland

SILICA strengthens the skin’s barrier function, which is one of the key elements in maintain healthy & radiant skin.

Blue Lagoon Mineral Mask from Iceland

The seawater’s unique combination of pure MINERALS is an important part of Blue Lagoon’s skincare formulas, thanks to their revitalizing effects.

9 million liters from the depths of the earth

The geothermal water originates 2,000 metres below the surface, where freshwater and seawater combine at extreme temperatures. It is then harnessed via drilling holes at a nearby geothermal power plant, Svartsengi, to create electricity and hot water for nearby communities.

On its way to the surface, the water picks up silica and minerals. When the water emerges, its temperature is generally between 37°C and 40°C (98-104°F). But owing to variables outside of our control – including weather and time of year – the water temperature sometimes fluctuates beyond this range.

Good to Know

The water temperature is generally between 37-40°C (98-104°F). The lagoon contains 9 million litres of water. The water is self-cleansing – it renews itself every 40 hours.  Blue Lagoon is mostly ca. 0.8-1.2 metres deep. Its deepest point is 1.4 meters

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