A Sea Salt Body Scrub by Minus 417

22 Aug

While I was on vacation I picked up a jar of a Dead Sea salt scrub by Minus 417 and found that it’s unlike any I’ve ever tried before. I use it weekly, which is more than enough even for my dry skin, and it leaves me with baby soft skin that looks smooth and feels silky. Now if you’ve never tried a salt scrub before and are unsure about what it’s good for, here are a few reasons that you should look into getting one:

  • They remove the dead skin cells from your skin leaving smooth skin behind so that your skin looks fresher and younger.
  • Sea salts encourage skin rejuvenation.
  • In the case of Minus 417, it’s made from the salts from the Dead Sea which many experts say has healing and anti-aging properties.

The salt in the scrub is large and chunky and should be applied to your skin using small gentle circles. It’s important to apply it after you’ve washed your skin with soap because when you’re ready to remove the salt from your skin you should only wash it away with water. The natural oils from the sea salt body scrub will leave a beautiful glow to your skin without making it feel oily and unclean.

I used the Milk & Honey fragrance but they have other scents that you can try.


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6 Responses to “A Sea Salt Body Scrub by Minus 417”

  1. Maria August 22, 2011 at 9:15 pm #

    I love scrubs! They feel good XOXO

    • Aleya August 23, 2011 at 7:32 pm #

      And they leave your skin looking great too!

  2. Susie August 23, 2011 at 4:17 pm #

    This is going to make me sound like a wimp, but….

    Does it hurt? ha

    S x

    • Aleya August 23, 2011 at 7:34 pm #

      I can see why you would think that it would, but no it doesn’t hurt at all. At least not if you apply and rub gently. If you really put pressure on the salt and grind it it…maybe? You really don’t have to put much effort into it at all.

  3. Susie August 24, 2011 at 8:02 am #

    Sounds great, I’m going to give it a go. Thanks for the tip Aleya!


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