August 2, 2016
Filed Under Made by Tahoe
Kiss the itches goodbye, and get softer skin, relax and kick that flu with this soap and bath salts made in Incline Village.
What’s the secret ingredient? Minerals from the Dead Sea, of course!
Dead Sea Magic Mineral Salt Soap boasts big benefits.
- Skin as soft as silk.
- Helps clear acne and other blemishes.
- Soothes bites, rashes and itches and diaper rash.
- You’ll never need lotion again!
Best of all, it is not tested on animals and there are no chemicals. Just 100% handmade and it comes with a 100% guarantee.
Olive Oil, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil and 100% Dead Sea Bath Salts.
The soap is slowly and lovingly hand stirred, poured and cured in Incline Village. Annie Cunningham started the Dead Sea Warehouse in 2001 after she witnessed its curative properties first hand. However, it was very expensive so she jumped in (literally), and started to make it locally at an affordable price. The above picture is Annie soaking in the Dead Sea in June 2005.
Besides the magic mineral salt soap, Annie makes Dead Sea Magic Mineral Mud Mask and Bath Salts. All with the same curative properties and 100% handmade. Today, Annie’s magic mineral products can be found in health food stores nationwide.
Dead Sea Warehouse, Inc.
760 Mays Blvd.Unit 9
Incline Village, NV
To learn more about Annie’s Dead Sea products or to place an order online, visit www.deadseawarehouse.com or visit these local health food stores:
Grass Roots in South Shore
New Moon Natural Foods
Tahoe City and Truckee, CA
The Dead Sea (Wikipedia)
The Dead Sea is a salt lake between Israel and the West Bank to the west, and Jordan to the east. It is 420 metres (1,378 ft) below sea level, and its shores are the lowest point on the surface of the Earth on dry land. The Dead Sea is 330 m (1,083 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. It is also the world’s second saltiest body of water, after Lake Asal in Djibouti, with 30 percent salinity. It is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean.
The sea is called “dead” because its high salinity prevents macroscopic aquatic organisms, such as fishes and aquatic plants, from living in it, though minuscule quantities of bacteria and microbial fungi are present.