BEAUTY REVIEW: AHAVA DEAD SEA SALT SPA COLLECTION

AHAVA Dead Sea Salt Spa Collection

I’ve been really enjoying using this AHAVA Dead Sea Salt Spa Collection (£33.99) from their official AHAVA eBay store recently. AHAVA is a skincare brand that utilises active dead sea minerals in its products. It was founded in 1988 in Israel and still has its base there, right next to the Dead Sea. AHAVA is quite a difficult brand to get hold of in the UK, so having the ease of an eBay store with free postage is great.

The Dead Sea Salt Spa Collection contains their Moisturising Salt Soap, Liquid Dead Sea Salt, Softening Butter Salt Scrub and their Natural Dead Sea Bath Salts. All of these products are free from Parabens, not tested on animals, are allergy tested and are good for sensitive skin. They are heavily fragranced, which some people may not like, but to me they smell very ‘spa-like’, which I love.

AHAVA Softening Butter Salt Scrub

My favourite of the products in the set is the Softening Butter Salt Scrub. This feels so luxurious,and is really enjoyable to use. It has a thick buttery texture, and is quite a harsh scrub. It leaves a pleasant moisturising, oily layer on your skin after towel-drying which makes your skin feel so soft and smooth. 

AHAVA Liquid Dead Sea Salt

You can add the Liquid Dead Sea Salt to your bath water the same as you would with the Natural Dead Sea Bath Salts. Bathing in Dead Sea salts has lots of health and skincare benefits. The Dead Sea has a much higher salt content than normal sea water, and a lot less sodium. The salts contained in water from the Dead Sea are magnesium, calcium, potassium, chloride and bromides. Magnesium is great at combating fluid retention and has good anti-ageing benefits. Calcium helps to increase circulation, and potassium balances skin moisture levels. Bathing in dead sea salts is also great at relieving muscle pain and helping ease skin conditions such as Eczema.

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