Saturday, February 27, 2010

Ahava Anyone??

I was trodding along aimlessly one Friday evening after knocking off and I bumped into this new shop, Ahava at Junction 8 selling beauty care products infused with the goodness of dead sea minerals....

Cue *retail therapy*!! It's been a hard week at work afterall.... :o)

Lifting some information from the brochure:
...... Minerals are crucial in enabling cell metabolism - real triggers of the skin's natural functions. They aid in the transfer and retention of moisture into the skin's top layers, detoxify skin cells and fight premature aging.......
And the haul -

Soaps, Bath Salts, Mineral Mud
Dead Sea mineral mud - meant for soothing and purifying of the skin and it's meant to help detox the body after leaving it on for 7-15 minutes. This mud treatment for the body promises to be a little messy in the shower, but the effects might be worth all the trouble afterall. Have full intention to use this in the showers within the week, shall report back on the effects of it....

Dead Sea Mineral Mud

Dead Sea Bath Crystals - Ok, I don't have a bath tub and this product is meant to be used as a bath salt but I bought it anyway!! The salt crystals are rich in minerals and it will help to rejuvenate your skin after soaking in the mineral infused water.

So how do I intend to us it without a bath tub in sight?? According to the SA, I can scoop a tablespoon of the crystals into a tiny bowl of water, dissolve it and soak a shower cloth in it before rubbing it all over the body. Again, not sure how this would work out exactly but definitely sounds intriguing enough to have a go......

Dead Sea Bath Crystals

Mineral Salt Soap - This is the most basic product that I have walked out of the shop with: soaps!! This soap contains a special blend of dead sea minerals essential to healthy skin. In addition, this is a soapless soap that will cleanse as it revitalize and restores the skin's natural pH.

Mineral Salt Soap

This is really a relatively new range of products in Singapore and I cant find much reviews on it even after googling it. Really looking forward to trying all the stuff out in the showers and report back... :o)


  1. Great post! I love bath crystals and if you are looking for other good options check out Sustainable Sourcing They have these organic Himalayan bath salts that are amazing! Nothing is more relaxing after a long day. Great gifts sets too!

  2. Hi Anderburf,

    Thanks for your suggestion. Sounds like another source to satisfy my lemmings for such stuff!! :o)