When the Moor is applied to the skin, it creates a holistic effect throughout the whole system. Substances of the Moor permeates partially between the epidermis cells of the skin. A binding process with albumin in the skin takes place, producing an exchange reaction of ions. Harmful positive ions in the skin tissues are exchanged for the rejuvenating negative ions in the Moor. The particles are then captured by the blood vessels into the system to carry out their precious healing work.
Independent analysis of the Moor indicates that as it contains extracts from hundreds of herbs, grasses, minerals and lipoids, it gives the skin a unique blend of nutrients to nourish, moisturise and hydrate our skin. The beneficial effects of the Moor for health and skins have been experienced for centuries throughout Europe.
The Moor's cosmetic benefits also stem from an abundance of essential oils, fatty acids and lipoids which occur naturally and are not artificially introduced (as in most cosmetics). When applied, it penetrates easily into the skin and subcutaneous tissues, re-establishing the skin’s natural pH balance and increasing the flow of blood to the skin.