The Dead Sea is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Israel. The salty water is lauded for its healing powers. Minerals like magnesium, sodium and potassium are found in abundance. In addition to enhancing your skin’s ability to retain moisture and keep healthy, the minerals aid in relieving skin ailments including acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Skincare and beauty manufacturers harness the Dead Sea’s mineral benefits to deliver unique oils, creams and cosmetics to customers. SEACRET offers a wide variety of skincare products utilizing natural oils. The complete line includes face care, skin care, age-defying, recovery, hair care and men’s products.
AHAVA specializes in serums, cleansers, masks and moisturizers using natural ingredients from the Dead Sea and beyond. In addition to Dead Sea mud, key ingredients include Icelandic moss, shea butter, witch hazel, red micro algae and vitamin C.
The award-winning Premier by Dead Sea Premier uses unique mineral components to deliver treatment for problem skin. From age-defying creams to silky make-up removers, Premier offers something for everyone.
Don’t count out making a trip to Israel to experience the Dead Sea firsthand. Visitors are encouraged to slather the mud on while taking a dip in the waters.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Halloween comes quickly and is the kick-off holiday for the season. Yet, even though it’s first, some people wait until the last minute to get a costume. Other times, someone gets invited to a Halloween party at the last minute and must look to their closet to put something together quick. Thankfully, dressing up for Halloween doesn’t mean you have to go as a scary character with an intricate costume. The pieces for a perfect Halloween costume are already sitting in your closet.
For decades, indigenous communities in Guatemala and elsewhere looked on as companies profited from their ancestral textiles, but now they are organizing to protect their heritage.