The Dead Sea Spa Magik Silky Smooth Body Lotion is designed to be used daily to soothe, revitalize, and protect skin.
Like other products in the same range, it blends the mineral-rich properties of Dead Sea salts with a combination of natural oils and organic plant extracts to improve skin texture and prevent dryness.
It is a creamy lotion with a non-greasy feel that can even be used as an after-sun lotion, hydrating and nourishing the skin.
Being free of preservatives, colorants, and using only natural, allergen-free fragrance, this lotion avoids use of the potential irritants that are commonly found in standard lotions. These can aggravate dry skin, strip oils from it, and lead to further drying out of the cutaneous layers.
The lotion is for use on its own as part of the daily skincare routine; or it can be combined with other Dead Sea Spa Magik products like the salt brushing, bath shower gel, and/or hand cream for a more all-round spa experience in your home.
The ingredients in Dead Sea Spa Magik Silky Smooth Body Lotion are:
Apply this lotion daily, after bathing or showering and drying off. Massage it into the skin using gentle hand motions.
Dead Sea Spa Magik Silky Smooth Body Lotion contains many ingredients that need checking for any know hypersensitivity before use. In the event of an unwanted skin reaction, stop using it and seek the advice of a medical professional.
Use only externally, avoid contact with the eyes, and do not store it within reach of children.
Dead Sea Spa Magik Silky Smooth Body Lotion is not associated with any side effects. No interactions with pharmaceutical products have been identified.
HelloSkin’s experts were unable to find clinical data on the use of Dead Sea Spa Magik Silky Smooth Body Lotion in people with psoriasis. However, the product contains both glycerin and lactic acid, both of which are important for keeping the skin well hydrated and moist (1, 2).
The levels of natural moisturising factor such as lactic acid have been shown to be reduced in psoriatic lesions (3) compared with healthy skin. Water evaporation is increased in psoriatic lesions compared with normal skin (4), and in dry skin conditions, including psoriasis, water loss from the upper skin layer is linked to a reduced skin barrier function, which can exacerbate disease symptoms (5).