About a year ago we purchased a soap with a slight egg smell for our 16 year olds skin (a bit greasy, some blackheads and spots). It has worked really well! Is there any chance you could send some to London?
Bubbles at Home: "Of course!"
Sarah, England, oct.'12
Dead Sea Shower Cream
Pure Dead Sea Mud
Dead Sea & Anti-Acne Soap
Sulfur is a natural mineral occurring in volcanic areas and associated with the pungent smell of rotten eggs. Sulfur has traditionally been used to treat warts, dandruff and skin rashes. It dries out the skin and peels acne.
Our natural soap contains 20 to 30% vegetable glycerin compared to 2 to 5% in regular soap. Glycerin is made from vegetable oil from seeds or other vegetable sources. Glycerin retains moisture to ensure rich hydration and a beneficial moisture balance. Daily use repairs dry skin. The skin receives an extra protective layer and becomes less vulnerable. Redness and mild inflammation decrease.
Wash your hands. Rinse them with lukewarm water.
Let the natural soap foam in your hands. Soap your body and face in, on acne-sensitive areas. Leave for a maximum of 5 minutes. face
Massage the soap foam with even round movements. Avoid the area around the eyes. tip
Use the anti-acne natural soap in combination with Dead Sea mud natural soap for optimal hydration.
In the morning apply the anti-acne soap on acne-sensitive areas. In the evening apply the Dead Sea mud soap (Using the same method for the entire face and/or body)
Do not leave the soap on your body or face for more than half a minute when using the first time. Build this up to 5 minutes over time. The skin may feel a little irritated or tingly at first and even some redness may occur. This is quite natural and not an allergic reaction.
Rinse body and face with lukewarm water.
Dry body and face by gently dabbing with a soft towel, don’t rub.