Natural healing power for inflammatory and infectious skin diseases.
Due to the positive study results and the high degree of mineralization of the water, the spring was officially recognized as a medicinal lake. With its low pH (about 3), high sulphate content (3112 mg / l) and unique and high concentration of minerals (magnesium, iron, manganese, zinc), Aquatadeus medicinal water has a significant antimicrobial effect on bacteria ( eg Staphylococcus aureus) and budworms. These very special physico-chemical properties are responsible for the natural healing properties of inflammatory and infectious skin diseases. In Austria, the water is officially recognized as medicinal water of the category “magnesium-iron-sulfate source”.
- In inflammatory and infectious skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis (psoriasis), eczema, acne vulgaris and mycoses (such as foot or nail fungus)
- Soothing and anti-inflammatory
- Increases the moisture content of the skin
- Relieves the itching and is pleasantly cool
- Reduces redness
- Antimicrobial effect on bacteria and yeasts
- Suitable for long term use
Recommended use: Spray 3 to 5 times a day and leave to work!
After drying, especially on dry, low-lipid skin, apply the rich acute cream.
“The legends about the healing water from the Tadeus spring in Öblarn date back to the 17th century. The high-mineralized magnesium-iron-sulphate-water is not sacred, but healing . “
Healing water analysis
Ingredients according to “Großer Heilwasser Analyze of the University of Graz Austria (Institute of Chemistry) of 20.6.2006” in mg / kg are: Sulfate 3112.4 mg, Magnesium 486.7 mg, Iron (III) 254.7 mg, Iron ( II) 178.4 mg, manganese 26.5 mg, zinc 25.6 mg, silicon 13.4 mg, calcium 12.4 mg, sodium 10.1 mg, boron 7.6 mg, aluminum 7.2 mg, chloride 6.6 mg, potassium 4.7 mg, strontium 1.9 mg, ammonium 1.4 mg, nitrate 1.2 mg, fluoride 0.5 mg, sulfur divalent 0.3 mg, hydrogen carbonate 0.1 mg, phosphate 0 , 1 mg, barium 0.1 mg, bromide <0.1 mg, nitrite <0.05 mg.
The Aquatadeus healing water comes from the Aquatadeus mineral spring Öblarn in Austria, which with the decrees of the Styrian provincial government GZ: FA8A-88.42-1 / 2007-4v from 14.3.2007 and GZ: ABT08GP-42556 / 2014-9 from 19.06.2015 in Austria officially as a welfare occurrence was recognized “magnesium iron sulfate source” formerly Thaddäusquelle Öblarn.