Dry Mineral Water™ is a unique and natural product made from extremely highly mineralised brines. The latter is extracted from some of the deepest boreholes in Lithuania (from 300 to 700 m deep), which reach into the Cambrian aquifer untouched for millions of years. The mineral concentration of these waters is 13 times higher than that of drinking mineral water. Dry Mineral Water™ is one of the world's best health and beauty products. It contains up to 70 types of trace elements and minerals, including magnesium, potassium, calcium, zinc, iron and iodine salts, which have a positive effect on our well-being and enhance our beauty.
This product is designed to be enjoyed in the bath, but is also suitable for body scrubbing in the sauna or shower. For this purpose, just mix the dry mineral water with your favourite natural product such as honey, coffee grounds, sugar or oils.
The recommended optimal dosage for the first time is 50 g of the product in a half-filled bath with water at 38°C. The more product you add to the bath, the greater the mineralisation of the bath. If you prefer a hotter bath, you can place a piece of cloth, ideally made of flannel, on your forehead, moistened with cool water. After a hot bath, avoid sudden movements when getting out of the bath, and get out of the bath slowly, as you may feel light-headed. For children, the product is suitable only for foot or hand baths. Never use the product inside. If ingested or eaten, the product may cause serious health problems. Keep the bottle out of the reach of children, protected from moisture and direct sunlight. Avoid contact with eyes or respiratory tract. If you are allergic, read the label carefully for possible allergens. After a bath or body scrub, you may feel a slight tingling sensation on your skin caused by the minerals in the 'coat', especially magnesium. This tingling sensation will go away on its own and will last for about 10 to 15 minutes. You will always feel a tingling sensation when there is a severe magnesium deficiency in the body. The tingling is caused by magnesium molecules entering the hair follicles and sweat glands. It is important to understand that this is not an allergic reaction to magnesium, it is a completely normal sensation. Dry mineral water treatments do not dry out the skin, and the skin feels like a moisturising film on the surface, so you probably won't need or want a skin cream after the bath.
MINERAL SALTS (FROM THE SALT WORKS’ UNDERGROUND BRINE), VEGETABLE LIMONENE, LINGONBERRY ESSENTIAL OIL, ORANGE ESSENTIAL OIL, ROSEMARY ESSENTIAL OIL, EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL, SIBERIAN PINE ESSENTIAL OIL, SPEARMINT ESSENTIAL OIL, VIRGIN JUNIPER ESSENTIAL OIL, BLACK PEPPER ESSENTIAL OIL, JUNIPER ESSENTIAL OIL, GINGER ESSENTIAL OIL, PEPPERMINT ESSENTIAL OIL, EVERGREEN CYPRESS ESSENTIAL OIL, BOSWELLIA ESSENTIAL OIL, PALE YARROW ESSENTIAL OIL, GALBANUM RESIN ESSENTIAL OIL, JASMINE ABSOLUTE, BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS OF THE ESSENTIAL OILS EXTRACTED FROM THE PLANTS, WHICH ARE RARE, BUT MAY CAUSE ALLERGIES: LIMONENE, LINALOOL, VEGETABLE BENZYL BENZOATE, FARNESOL, ANISEED ALCOHOL, GERANIOL, CINNAMAL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, EUGENOL, CITRAL, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, VEGETABLE BENZYL ALCOHOL.
Algirdas - Grand Duke of Lithuania (since 1345). From Gediminas. Algirdas was the son of Grand Duke Gediminas, son of Grand Dukes Jaunutis and Kęstutis, brother of Dukes Manvydas, Narimantas, Karijotas, Liubartas, and presumed Vytautas. Algirdas promoted the development of the towns of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (exempted the inhabitants of Vilna from customs duties), and encouraged commerce. In his time, silver was collected for defence. Algirdas's policy strengthened the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, united Lithuanian and Slavic forces, and helped to repel the aggression from the west, which intensified during his reign, and the attacks of the Golden Horde. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania under Algirdas in the second half of the 14th century, in the second decade of the 1860s, reached the greatest power in the history of Lithuanian statehood. It became stronger than other Central and Eastern European states