Health and Beauty Dead Sea Minerals Review

Health & Beauty Dead Sea Minerals #Skincare

The Dead Sea is known for its one-of-a-kind mineral-rich properties. It is highly sought after in skin and body care because of how well it nourishes the skin.

Health & Beauty Dead Sea Minerals, an Israeli based beauty brand, recently reached out to me to try some of their skin care. This winter has caused carnage with my skin, so I agreed without batting an eye.

Soapless Face Peeling with Dead Sea Mud: This is an exfoliating cleanser that contains dead sea mud, green tea extract, argan oil, olive oil, tea tree oil, aloe vera and chamomile. It is gentle enough for everyday use. The consistency is like a thin gel and it’s not drying to your face. The exfoliation is nice and my skin felt great after using it. It does have a strong fragrance to it.

Purifying Mud Mask: I do love a good mud mask, which always works best with my combination skin. While oftentimes the downside is that clay or mud masks can tend to also be drying, this particular mud mask is enriched with aloe vera. While Health and Beauty says this product is safe for use 2-3 times per week, I always advise to only use a mud mask 1-2 to prevent skin from going into overdrive with sebum production. The texture of this mud mask is creamy and it does have that familiar mud fragrance that I love.

Multi-Vitamin Mineral Serum: I truly believe in beauty boosters. While some people may choose to skip a serum, it really should be incoporated into your skin care routine to help deliver nutrients deeper into your skin. This serum is lightweight and non-greasy. I found that it spread over skin easily only requiring a pea-sized amount to cover my face. There is a light fragrance with it, but it is a clean scent.

Health and Beauty Pomegranates Night Cream #deadseabeauty

Pomegranates Firming Cream SPF15: This face and neck cream is highly concentrated with vitamins C, E, K and A, Omega 3, 6 and 9, Rose Hip oil, Argan oil, Aloe Vera, Sea Buckthorn oil, pure pomegranate oil and Dead Sea minerals. It packs a punch in hydrating your skin while still protecting it with SPF 15 from further damage from the sun. What’s interesting is that this cream has a richer texture consistent with one you would find in a night cream. However, it absorbs quickly and has a pleasant scent.

Pomegranates Night Cream: Moisturizing at night is a must! The old adage of letting the skin “breathe” at night is a beauty myth, as your skin loses moisture during the night. Unlike the Firming Cream, the Night Cream has a thinner texture, but feels velvety smooth on your skin. The Pomegranates Night Cream is enriched with vitamin E, a concentrated combination of pomegranate extract, collagen, calendula oil, avocado oil, chamomile extract, aloe vera and minerals from the Dead Sea.

Heath and Beauty is offering A Girl’s Gotta Spa! readers 12% off their order. Use code new12Off at checkout until March 31, 2014. See the below fine print for details!

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Shannon Smyth

Shannon began A Girl's Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. She has been featured in Glamour, VOGUE Australia, Woman's World, Nail Pro, SHAPE and on WBRE's PA Live. She is a go-to source for social media consulting when it comes to beauty brands.

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