Ahava’s Natural Beauty Spring 2013 – Time to pamper, relax and smooth…

Through their ongoing efforts, Ahava has earned the reputation as the definitive Dead Sea cosmetic brand. The dead sea is a mysterious place as it holds the Earth’s greatest concentration of skin-moisturizing minerals; age- delaying algae and skin-soothing plants that grow in the driest desert conditions. Over the years Ahava has cultivated a unique brand identity that is pure and natural filled with ‘good for you’ minerals.

The ‘time to smooth ’Age Control Even Tone Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 20’  launch addresses the first signs of aging, fine lines, textures, dark spots and complexion. All of the mentioned above is made possible by a brightening complex like AA2G; a stabilized form of vitamin c that addresses discolorations, brightens the actual melanin and stimulates collagen while Niaciamide contains vitamin B3 known for its effectiveness on dark spots. Jujube Fruit Extract promotes cell turnover.

I absolutely love the ‘Face Renewal Peel’. This peeling is based on dead sea minerals inspired by ‘Thalasso’ therapy and a great alternative to chemical peels, as these can be pretty skin disturbing. It’s a gel formula that you can use 2-3 times a week, which I like, and in a soft way it stimulates the natural cell renewal process. This Face Renewal Peel is for all skin types that are seeking for a smoother and brighter complexion without any downfall or disadvantages.


Get in shape for summer. The dead sea plants ‘Firming Body Cream’ is designed to indulge and pamper the skin. The cream addresses skin that is losing its firmness and glycation. What’s in it? Osmoter is a concentrate from dead sea minerals that repairs the vitality of the skin, while date palm extract smooth the skin. And artichoke extract  yes indeed, artichoke helps against the loss of firmness.

Want to experience an Ahava’s facial, body massage or hand & foot treatment at a spa or beauty salon? Well you can! Check out the website below for more information.


Available from March 2013




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