24 July 2012

Spa Find.






Spa Find Dead Sea Salts* and Renewed Radiance* range

I have always heard of the great reputation spa products have, especially when connected to the Dead Sea, but I have never sampled them myself. After recently discovering Spa Find, one of the spa companies I am now interested in, I decided to try some of their products.
Spa Find concentrates on natural mineral therapy at home and has a range of products for different types of skin and provides information on how to care for your skin after you've treated yourself. The main minerals in Spa Find are: Magnesium (the anti-stress mineral), Potassium and Sodium (the purifying and hydrating minerals), Calcium (the anti-ageing mineral), Bromide (the relaxing mineral), Sulphur (the healing mineral) and Iodine (the detoxifying mineral). The company boasts being all natural, hypo-allergenic and paraben free and also not tested on animals.
Tonight I tried the Dead Sea Salts and  I have heard so much about the goodness of these salts, not only for your skin but also for your body and mind. The salts tackle stress problems, relieve aching pains such as that horrendous back ache you come back home with after a day spent at your desk in front of the computer. I poured in three handfuls of the salt into a running bath and hoped for the magic to happen. In my area, the water is very hard and I can feel it on my skin as I get out of the bath NEEDING moisturiser, but with the bath salts the water was really soft on my skin and once dried, not flaky. I was very impressed by that. I was also impressed by how positive I felt when I got out of the bath. I will be using the bath salts throughout this month to see if it does make a difference to my stress levels (which are hiiiigh at the moment!). Marks so far 9/10.
I also tried the new Spa Find Renewed Radiance cleanser, day cream and face mask. The range is aimed at dry, mature and sensitive skin and is supposed to "renew" your skin by bringing back its moisture and radiance. First, I cleaned my face with the cleanser by massaging it into my skin, concentrating on areas I find problematic (at the moment a couple of spots). I then wiped off the cleanser with a cotton bud an proceeded to apply the mask which should be used once a week. It sits on your face for 15-20 minutes or can be left on overnight if your skin has gone through a lot of stress in a particular week (make-up, busy schedule, etc...) and then you remove the mask with a wet cotton wool. The mask was very soft and gentle, it felt more like a cream on my face and I think next time I will leave it overnight to see what results I get. I liked the fact that with this mask you can carry on talking (or singing in the shower...) for the time you have to leave it on for. I finished off my trial with the day cream and I am very particular about the types of creams I use as I have very, very sensitive skin which will lash out by covering my face in pimples if it doesn't like something. This range is really aimed at sensitive skin and I have proof as my skin was left cleaned, moisturised and bright by the end of it. The one thing I felt was missing was a scrub. I am a lover of scrubs so most of my regimes include some sort of scrub! I would recommend this range for people with sensitive skin, or even just the mask to revive a dry or dull complexion. Marks 8/10.
I am very pleased with my first experience of spa products at home, and I will be sampling some more in the upcoming blogs so keep your eye out! What do you think of spa products? Do you have a favourite to suggest?



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  2. I adore some good, quality Dead Sea bath salts, and I've been meaning to order more for a while. Great review!

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    1. Thanks! I have some more to try after these finish, excited!

      Lana, xo

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  3. I have used dead sea salts and love them! I am looking forward to your upcoming product reviews!!

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    1. Thanks doll! Got a few I need to blog about :)

      Lana, xo

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