Dead Sea Salt Soap Bar Review
When you hear about a Dead Sea Salt Bar, it seems like a strange product. This is not surprising, as such bars do not usually come up in the list of home appliances that people would normally choose to buy, and this has led to the most misleading advertisement of all time, regarding the nutritional value of such items.
The Dead Sea Salt Bar claim that it is a skin care treatment which is nourishing for your skin and the rest of your body. This is quite a bold claim to make, but thats what it claims to be, right? This product is supposedly so effective in its ability to heal your skin that it can heal other problems such as eczema, psoriasis, eczema scars, acne, hives, rosacea, hot flashes, stretch marks, eczema blisters, rashes, dry skin, eczema flares, acne scarring, baldness, skin cancer, Lupus, circulatory disorder, asthma, burns, cuts, sores, warts, cysts, benign tumors, etc.
The claim by Dead Sea Salts Worldwide is that the ingredients in the soap bar contain all natural ingredients such as oatmeal, coconut, collagen, cocoa butter, honey, brown rice, red algae and the list goes on. However, it is doubtful whether or not the ingredients would be very effective, if you are aware of the fact that such products do not really contain any kind of nutrients that are good for your skin. In fact, the truth about this product is that it is an energy and healing supplement, which does not provide any kind of cleansing function, or any kind of cleansing action, unless it is combined with other cleansing products.
All in all, the effectiveness of this product comes from the marketing and advertising strategies employed by the company, which is why they were able to get as much as five-figure price tag on the product. As soon as the consumers started using this product, they realized that the claims of the products and the product only to end there.
However, such marketing tactics of such products usually dont have anything to do with the products effectiveness, but rather their safety. If you look closely at the ingredients of these products, you will realize that many of them contain harmful ingredients such as mineral oil, parabens, artificial fragrance, dioxane, etc. Even the hydrogenated oils that are common in some natural beauty products such as baking soda, soya and jojoba have been shown to cause allergic reactions in some people.
Several studies have shown that some of the soya oils actually contain phytoestrogens, which can promote the growth of breast cancer cells in the body. All in all, some of the soya oils are not at all safe for your health.
The claims made by Dead Sea Salts Worldwide regarding the healing benefits of this product and the healing properties of the soya oils are false, therefore the product is completely worthless. Since the claims are not based on fact, the whole hype process ends up being a complete joke. But they still keep on promoting the product by making themselves appear on TV commercials, placing on radio shows, holding seminars, etc.
There are hundreds of programs on TV that will help you with your healthy habits and diet, and help you control your weight. But not only this, they also sell you a bunch of junk foods, and all kinds of fad diets that just waste your time and energy.
If you do a search on the Internet, you will find many websites offering this and similar products, claiming that they are a natural product that is guaranteed to provide the maximum benefit. This does not take away from the fact that it is a very expensive product to buy. But the promise given by the companies is not based on any substance that is natural and good for your health.
You cannot make money with something that is pure, but no doubt, the marketing and advertising teams of such companies do make a lot of money out of it. They make lots of money, not only by convincing the consumers that the products are bad for your health, but also by convincing them that it is cheaper than buying products from natural beauty manufacturers, which are not better.