At the moment I'm enjoying a week in Iceland. It's been amazing so far. Today we went to the Blue lagoon
You can find the Blue Lagoon in a lava field in Grindavik on the Reykjanes Peninsula, on Iceland's south-west coast. A giant bathtub that pools, six million litres of geothermal seawater from 2000 metres beneath the earth's surface. By the time it reaches the lagoon, the mineral- rich milky, Aqua blue water, simmer at temperatures between 37- 40°C.
The water is self-cleansing - it renews itself every 40 hours. The geothermal water has a unique composition, featuring three active ingredients - Silica, Algae & Minerals.
The white Silica mud settles at the bottom of the lagoon and doubles up as a perfect mineral-rich face mask.
The mud from the Lagoon.
More about Iceland is coming to the blog soon.