This refreshing Dead Sea Soap washes away impurities and nourishes the skin with essential minerals from the Dead Sea. Light natural oils aid in restoring and maintaining the skin’s moisture balance,leaving it refreshed and hydrated.
Washes impurities and rejuvenates your skin naturally
Skin Type: All Skin Types
How to Use:
Lather a small amount of soap onto hands and gently massage onto face, avoid the delicate eye area. Leave on the skin for a few minutes to allow the ingredients in to penetrate into your skin and then rinse it thoroughly with warm water.
Dead Sea Salt: Two thousand years ago Flavius wrote about the healing qualities of the Dead Sea salts, and today we continue to rely on these rich salts to promote healing. Bathing in high quality sea salt can replenish the minerals which are critical to our skin metabolism. Calcium can help to prevent water retention, increase circulation and strengthen bones and nails. Potassium energizes the body, while helping to balance out skin moisture and replenish the body following exercise. Bromides ease muscle stiffness and relax muscles. Magnesium fights stress and fluid retention, while reducing the signs of aging and soothing the nervous system. Sodium supports the lymphatic fluid balance. By promoting cell regeneration, the salts can renew and rejuvenate your skin, while also reducing cellulite, slowing skin ageing and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Dead Sea Salts can simultaneously moisturize, detoxify and soften the skin, while helping to treat conditions including acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema and scabies. The salts are also treasured for their ability to reduce stress, relax muscles and eliminate toxins.
Palm Oil: (Elaeis guineensis) – A rich natural source of glycerin, a humectant which holds water to your skin. This quality makes palm oil an effective moisturizer, while forming a barrier to help retain your skin’s moisture. Glycerin also has a hydroscopic action, drawing water to your skin from the air. Glycerin helps to improve your skin’s natural elasticity and suppleness while also defending against dry skin conditions. People have been using for palm oil for countless generations. Archeologists excavating an Egyptian tomb believe they discovered palm oil residue, which suggests the substance was in use in 3,000 BCE.