Jericho Dead Sea Skin Care Blog

How to Warm Up This Winter and Keep Perfect Skin?

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 03:01 AM

This winter is especially cold, and keeping warm can sure be a challenge. The cold affects your overall wellbeing and also your skin, so keeping yourself warm and hydrated is very important for during winter time. Since we can't all sleep like bears through the winter, here are some great beauty tips to keep you nice and warm during these cold cold months:

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Topics: Winter, dry skin

How to Treat Your Eczema with Dead Sea Skin Care

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Mon, Dec 09, 2013 @ 12:12 PM


What is Eczema? eczema is a chronic skin condition also known as atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. It affects mainly children but it can start later in life. With eczema the skin becomes itchy, dry, cracked and reddish. It affects man and women from all ethnic backgrounds and is considered a fairly common skin condition. In recent years the number of people diagnosed each year with eczema is on the rise.

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Topics: eczema, dry skin, Black Mud

How To Fight Dry Skin This Winter

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Thu, Nov 14, 2013 @ 04:11 AM

Winter is getting close, and the holiday season is not the time to let your skin get dry! The cooling air and is causing our skin to become dry, flaky and even irritated. So adjusting your skin care products to match the season is so important if you want to keep your skin looking healthy and feeling smooth. Start with the basic, and gradually see how it affects your skin. Luckily, Jericho Skincare products contain Dead Sea minerals that penetrate deep into the skin and nourish it from within, ensuring your skin's hydration during winter time.

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Topics: Winter, dry skin

Dead Sea Face Products for Winter

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 @ 16:01 PM
It's cold and windy and your skin is getting dry and irritated? Well, with the right Dead Sea face products, you can give your skin a boost and banish away any signs of dryness, redness or flakiness.

Cold weather causes many to suffer from uncomfortable dryness of the skin, especially around the face, hands and feet. If you have dry skin type winter can be especially uncomfortable for you, and your skin might be feeling even tighter than usual. People who suffer from eczema may also suffer from an intensification of the inflammation on the skin. Entering the heated indoors after spending some time outside can also be harsh on your skin and increase dryness.

How To Prevent Dry Winter Skin?
So what can you so about it? Luckily, with the right Dead Sea face products you can save your skin from any winter cracks and enjoy a moisturized, healthy looking skin all year long. Here's Jericho list of facial products that are perfect for your winter skincare routine:
  • Nourishing Night Cream- the more you moisturize, the more your skin will keep hydrated. So it's only logical that the simplest way to prevent dry skin is to add moisture. Most of us use a day moisturizer cream (and if you are not, you should...), so add a moisturizer cream at night to keep your skin deeply nourished and well hydrated.

  • Facial Salts- what the dead sea bath salts can do for your body, Jericho facial salts can do for your face… infused with Dead Sea minerals these salts will restore your skin natural glow and help it look smother, even toned and plumped.

  • Hydrating Seaweed Cream- a good moisturizer is crucial during the winter, and this cream is one of the best! Jericho Hydrating seaweed cream contains Dead Sea minerals, Seaweed and Golden Jojoba Seed Oil to minimize loss of skin hydration. With added vitamins A, E, B5, to ensure skin nourishment. Suitable for normal to dry skin type.

  • Hydrating Seaweed Mask - Apply Jericho Hydrating Seaweed Mask to hydrate and nourish even the deepest skin cells. Thanks to its unique formula, this mask soothes signs of redness and irritations.

 

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Topics: dry skin

How to Treat Dry Winter Skin

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Tue, Dec 06, 2011 @ 09:12 AM

Dry skin in winter is very common, especially due to harsh winds, cool air and indoor heating. Dry winter skin requires even more care and attention if you want to avoid itchy skin, roughness and redness of the skin. Don't let your skin suffer from patches, rough spots and irritations. Dry, itchy skin treatment is easy and fun, so pamper yourself with these easy steps to boost your winter skin care routine:

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Topics: Moisturizing Cream, Winter, dry skin

Dead Sea Facial Masks- Purify Your Skin

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Wed, Jun 01, 2011 @ 13:06 PM

Even if you keep a strict skin care routine on a daily basis, Dead Sea facial mask may be just what your skin needs when it looks and feel a bit dull. If you want something extra to boost your skin's appearance and restore its natural glow, a facial mask is the easiest, fastest way to boost your skin's look and feel.

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Topics: oily skin, Facial mask, facial, dry skin

Open Your Eyes to the Dead Sea

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Thu, May 19, 2011 @ 14:05 PM

It has been said that the eyes are the mirror to our souls… whether this is true or not, eye creams and eye gels are a crucial part of our daily skincare routine. In addition, Dead Sea eye gels contain added benefits which regular eye gels or eye creams don’t contain. 

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Topics: Eye Gel, Eye cream, Daily routine, dry skin, Eye and Neck Gel, Anti Aging

Why are Moisturizing Creams so Important?

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Wed, May 11, 2011 @ 14:05 PM

We all apply daily facial moisturizer, but how many of us really know why we do it? Here's all you need to know about moisturizing creams, and why it is so important to keep moisturizing daily.

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Topics: Moisturizing creams, Daily routine, facial, dry skin, Anti Aging Day Cream, Anti Aging

How to Use Foot Cream for Cracked Heels

Posted by Sarah Gershon on Tue, Mar 01, 2011 @ 12:03 PM

If you have dry feet, you are probably wondering what the best cracked heel treatment would be to help you overcome this common ailment. Cracked heels are not a dangerous condition, but it sure can cause pain, bleeding and sometimes even infection. So why suffer from cracked heels when you can use foot cream to treat it and prevent cracked heels in the first place?

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Topics: dry skin, cracked heels, foot cream