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About Seacret Salt Scrub

Seacret Salt Scrub  gives the skin what it craves… use this potent combination of Dead Sea salt, minerals, and oils as a scrub or transform your bath tub into a spa by using Seacret Salt Scrub.


Seacret Salt Scrub is a natural exfoliating skin scrub with Dead Sea Salt that removes dead skin and debris from the skin’s surface and pores. Aromatic oils are used to moisturize the skin, smoot away roughness and soften and restore skin. 

Seacret Salt Scrub Benefits

  • All-over skin exfoliator softens rough parts of the body.
  • Revitalizes the skin leaving a smooth finish.
  • For silky, hydrated skin.
  • Ideal anti-aging beauty treatment to keep skin looking young.

Seacret Salt Scrub Ingredients

Seacret Salt Scrub Ingredients Research

Dead Sea Minerals Research

Dead Sea salt is an excellent hydrator for dry skin. It is rich in magnesium, which hydrates the epidermis by fortifying its lipid barrier.   All of the minerals in Dead Sea salt, including bromide, zinc, and magnesium, not only enhance hydration, but also reduce inflammation (1). 


Salt from the Dead Sea is an outstanding exfoliant due to its coarseness. The Dead Sea salt can exfoliate and remove dead skin cells to accelerate the skins healing process, resulting in significantly more radiant skin (1).

Jojoba Seed Oil Research

Jojoba oil is widely used in cosmetic formulas such as sunscreens and moisturizers as it has been shown to be effective at enhancing the absorption of topical skincare ingredients (,,). The high content of wax makes jojoba oil good at repairing skin and strengthening the skin barrier (6).   Jojoba oil also has a proven anti-inflammatory effect, with potential uses in a variety of skin conditions including skin infections and skin aging (6). 

Chamomile Extract Research

According to a study published in Molecular Medicine Reports, apigenin is one of the key chemicals present in chamomile, and other studies have demonstrated that it can strengthen the skin barrier (7).


Chamomile also includes anti-inflammatory chemicals, according to the Molecular Medicine Reports study. Alpha-bisabolol, alpha-bisabolol oxides A and B, and matricin are among these chemicals. They’re all flavonoids, a type of chemical found in plants. According to one worldwide study, chamomile flavonoids have the capacity to penetrate deep into the skin and block the release of molecules that cause inflammation. It stands to reason, then, that the study emphasizes the fact that chamomile is used topically to prevent inflammation (8).


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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