Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Ahava Dermud for sensitive skin

Ahava is a brand I discovered while travelling in Israel last year. This is a range of skin and body care products which gets all its good stuff from the Dead Sea minerals. Below is an excerpt from the company's website:

Created at the Source

The only cosmetics enterprise indigenous to the Dead Sea region, AHAVA is driven by a deep passion to unearth the secrets of the revitalizing effects of minerals on the skin. Our dedicated scientific approach has helped us to acquire an unrivaled expertise on the subject, which has culminated in the development of an international network for ongoing academic research. Moreover, we have translated this deep knowledge base into a series of superior skincare product lines, based exclusively on the rich resources of this magical region. AHAVA’s second vocation is to learn and decipher the rich language of the human skin. As a living organ, the skin receives information and stimuli from the outer world and communicates it through specific reactions, helping to protect, nurture and clean its cells, retain moisture and fight the aging process. Minerals have an extraordinary capacity to act as “intercellular messengers” that transmit information to skin cells and positively impact their health and vital functions. At AHAVA, we are committed to unraveling the syntax of these crucial biological phenomena in our ongoing quest to produce the finest Dead Sea mineral-based products available worldwide.


Received this promo offer in my Inbox today and thought it too good not to share. Currently, I'm using their Body Sorbet Caress Syringa - Green Apple, which I really love as it works like a body butter but lighter (perfect for our humid weather) and is lightly fragranced. Think it's very reasonably priced too, for the huge tub and how long each tub lasts.

Check out the Dermud sensitive skin range promo offer below:

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Yumeko/Bittenbefore said...

is sensitive skin the new thing XD?
cos fancl also put out a sensitive range [i thought they were for sensitive to start with but apparently the new range is even better!?]

pinky"the-middle-name-is-princess"beanie said...

Hmmm, possibly? I've been seeing lots of sensitive skin care ranges from various brands these days.