Not all people are created equal, and not all skin is alike. Those who suffer from dry and cracked skin need to treat their skin differently than those with oily skin. In addition, men’s skin varies quite drastically from women’s skin due to the PH levels and different hormones in their bodies. Men and women also have different needs when it comes to skin care.
Skin care from the Dead Sea takes all the needs of both men and women, dry skin and oily skin sufferers into account with a range of different products that target specific needs. The natural minerals found in abundance in the dead sea, such as zinc, magnesium, calcium, sodium and more, each have their own unique therapeutic value, which, when blended with other ingredients such as pure plant extracts, vitamins and essential oils, make the perfect combined product to not only enhance skin and help alleviate problem areas, but to actually nourish and protect the skin.
Here’s to your health
The Dead Sea has a long history as a valuable resource as both a health aid and a beauty aid, long fought over by Ancient Romans and Egyptians throughout history. In fact, one of the world’s great leaders, renowned for her beauty, viewed the Dead Sea as a jewel in her crown. Cleopatra VII treasured the Dead Sea and claimed that a simple dip left her feeling refreshed, energized and rejuvenated. In fact, whenever she would leave the Dead Sea, she would bring back pots full of water and mud to keep with her at home so that she could use them even when she wasn’t there. In essence, Cleopatra created the first home spa.
Skin Care from the Dead Sea contains no chemicals that can damage, dry out or irritate your skin. In fact, the lotions, scrubs, black mud and other skincare products promote health and wellness and help to relieve the symptoms caused by such ailments as acne, eczema, psoriasis, dry skin irritation, cracked skin, rashes and razor burn.
Regular use of the products can help keep your skin healthy, glowing, smooth, silky, plump and supple, even in harsh winter weather or under the burning sun.