Dry Skin this Winter? Try New Dead Sea Natural Soaps

One With Nature dedicates itself to preserving the environment and your skin. The curative powers of the Dead Sea, located in the Middle East, have been heralded for centuries and One With Nature has packaged the therapeutic value into all-natural soap bars.

| January 2008 Web

  • One With Nature Dead Sea soaps come in a variety of scented or non-scented soaps, rich with natural minerals from the Dead Sea. The eye-catching colors result from a blend of plant and naturally-occurring mineral pigments found in the diverse climate zones of the region.
    One With Nature Dead Sea Mineral Soap

We all go to great lengths to keep our skin looking young and beautiful. Ancient healing minerals from the Dead Sea have long been purported to help keep your skin soft and healthy, without the potential toxins often found in skin care.

The Dead Sea, located at the Earth's lowest elevation content, thrives with mineral-rich waters rumored for centuries to have therapeutic healing powers. The water's salt and mud contents are rich with sodium, magnesium, potassium, calcium and bromine. To take advantage of these natural skin stimulants, One With Nature used the salts and mud from the Dead Sea to create all-natural soap bars to keep your skin resilient—the high mineral content can stimulate blood circulation, accelerate the natural exfoliation processes, restore the skin to its natural pH balance and deep cleanse and purify your skin cells, according to the company.

One With Nature Dead Sea soaps are developed with 100 percent vegetable base, pure essential oils and all-natural Dead Sea minerals. All packaging incorporates recycled and biodegradable materials. Soap three-packs are available for $10. For more information, visit One With Nature.

More about natural skin care

• Pamper your tired feet with Emily Baby & Adult Skin Soother foot lotion.

• Hydrate your skin with USDA-certified organic bath and body oil from Aromafloria.

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