Feed Your Skin 3 –

Ojaván Npató Mineral Mud

The mineral mud of the Great Salt Lake is unique.  The lake is very shallow with an average depth of 13ft. With the fluctuation of spring runoff and summer evaporation, the shoreline expands and shrinks dramatically. This allows the 1.1 million tons of minerals, brought down from the Wasatch Mountains yearly by the three main rivers, to distribute the minerals over the large shoreline. This natural process means that the lake’s mud is abundantly rich in minerals. The lake’s shores contain oolitic sand, which are small rounded, or spherical grains made up of a nucleus (generally a small mineral grain) and concentric layers of calcium carbonate (lime) that look similar to very small pearls. Because of the unique type of sand, the Great Salt Lake mud has a natural exfoliation that helps polish the skin, with no sharp edges that may cause skin damage.

Check in next week for more great information on our unique mineral mud.


About ojavanproducts

Ojaván Products create organic products that help women, and men, retain natural beauty and healthy skin. Daily life and the environment along with pollutants and free readicals strip the skin of its natural minerals and elements. every product contains over 80 minerals and natural elements that help rejuvenate and replenish the skin. Ojaván Products are free from any toxins or pollutants and are as nature intended them to be. The Ojaván company name and all product names all have similarities and ties to Native American words and meanings. We believe the Native American relationship with nature, the Earth and the Universe is one of wonderment and reverence. At Ojaván we adhere to the beliefs and philosophies of the Native American culture and use natural products for healing and benefiting our lives. Our corporate offices are based in Ogden, Utah. We regularly visit the shores of the Great Salt Lake located only a short drive away, to take in the wonder of this glorious lake.
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