#bdteam content creator @tomjauncey shares with us his mesmerizing footage of the milky blue waters at Iceland’s famed Blue Lagoon one afternoon, as patrons flock around the healing spa and warm up from the arctic temperatures outside. Interestingly enough, the pools, located on lava fields in the Reykjanes Peninsula, were an accident — the result of a nearby power station releasing excess water into the area. After several years, these geothermal bodies formed and their popularity quickly spread by word of mouth. Travel tip: For an extra clean and detox, opt for a lava face mask. The combination of the sulfur and silica minerals are an excellent treatment for the skin — plus you’ll be able to snag a funny photo for the memory. (🎥: @tomjauncey 📍: Blue Lagoon, Iceland 🎶: “Underwater” by @rufusdusol ) . . . 👉🏻Follow @airbuktravel for more! 👉🏻Follow @airbuktravel for more! 👉🏻Follow @airbuktravel for more! . . . @tomjauncey @tomjauncey @rufusdusol #bdteam
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A 102°F geothermal spa located in the middle of a lava field that produces silica and algae. This lagoon has very beneficial effects on skin, renewing, strengthening and deep cleansing. What a beautiful place to step into and relax after a long plane ride to Iceland!