The Dead Sea in Israel is one of the natural wonders of the world. It contains 32% sea salts, compared to 3% found in normal sea water. The Dead Sea also contains a high concentration of 21 minerals, 12 of which are only found in the Dead Sea. That makes products, like those from Dead Sea Spa Care, wonderful for your skin! They have created facial products, salt scrubs, and lotions & body butters. Their top selling product is the patented, professional nail buffer that brings out your nails natural shine and promotes healthy growth. Made in Israel using Dead Sea salts, Dead Sea Spa Care products can bring the relaxation and pampering of a spa right to your home!
I won’t lie, I was completely shocked when I saw the difference that this buffer (from the Dead Sea Spa Care Large Nail Kit) made! Seriously shocking. It removed the ridges on my nails, completely smoothed them out, and they were beautifully shiny! I did one hand first so I could see the full difference. My husband was amazed, too. It looks like I am wearing clear nail polish, but it’s my own nails! I added the cuticle oil, too, and can already tell how these products promote great nail health! In this picture, my left thumb nail is buffed, the right thumb nail isn’t. The cucumber melon body wash and hand & body massage lotion has a lovely, light scent. I particularly love the lotion. It is silky smooth and doesn’t leave a sticky residue on your skin. I absolutely love these products! I love using products that bring out the best in my skin/nails, and Dead Sea Spa Care products do just that!
You can buy your Dead Sea Spa Care Large Nail Kit from their site. It retails for $38.95 and includes the nail buffer, cuticle oil, body wash, & lotion. Get ready to be pampered!
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Disclosure: I received a Dead Sea Spa Care Large Nail Kit in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.