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Likupfer Dead Sea Health Products

Posted on the 03 August 2013 by Sparklesandstretchmarks @raine_fairy
Today I'd like to introduce you to something a little different...
Likupfer Dead Sea Health Products
We have all heard of Dead Sea Minerals - 
The Dead Sea contains some 45,000 million tons of salts rich in minerals. 26 essential minerals to be exact - 12 of which do not exist anywhere else in the world! The minerals are often used for cosmetic purposes as they contribute to create and promote healthy skin regeneration, elasticity and permeability of the skin and therefore they can be very effective in treating wrinkles and other problems caused by the aging process. Dead Sea Minerals are suitable to protect the skin from infections and allergies, and to help it to retain moisture....and thanks to the high content of sulphur, they can be very useful in cleansing and removing impurities too!
Likupfer products are based on Natural Minerals from the Dead Sea as well as Bovine Colostrum & Goats Milk.
Their products are nationally acclaimed, with their skincare experts having produced dead sea skin care products for many years.
Their mission is to create natural products that could be used as a treatment for common problematic skin conditions - such as Acne, Psoriasis, Skin Fungus, Venereal disease blemishes, and aging skin.
The products include soaps, face creams and lotions.
You can take a look at the Likupfer range at their website HERE or alternatively check out their Ebay Store HERE.
You can also buy direct from Amazon, just search for "Likupfer"!
I personally am really tempted to try the Dead Sea and Seaweeds Natural Anti-Cellulite Treatment Soap a try - currently on sale HERE for just £5.99!
To see more of the range, just go to www.likupfer.com

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