Having a face mask in the Blue lagoon

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

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.

Leave on for 5-10 min and rinse off leaving your skin feeling smooth and soft. 

More about Iceland is coming to the blog soon.



  1. This looks amazing Sara! Hope you enjoy the rest of your trip!

    Besma | Curiously Conscious

    1. Thank you Besma. Iceland has been amazing. Loved it so much. Especially the horse riding today.


  2. This looks so amazing!! I really want to go to Blue Lagoon now, looks like it was so much fun! Can't wait to see more :)

    Hazel xx

  3. Hi Hazel!

    You definitely should go. It was incredible. Crazy how you can be so nice and warm when it's freezing cold outside. More is coming soon.


  4. Hi Sara, that looks amazing! Can you bottle some of that white mud and bring it home? How long doe sit last?


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