Seacret Minerals from the Dead Sea http://www.seacretspa.com/
Discover and review the unique, beautifying benefits of the Dead Sea with Seacret.
Let the honest, pure and potent power of the Dead Sea bring out your natural beauty. SEACRET's collection of skincare and Seacret spa products are extracted from the ancient, and some say mystical, muds, salts and minerals found only in one place on earth, the Dead Sea.
In a cosmetic world that often relies on half-truths and hype, and temporary solutions we believe everything we do must embody and reflect the same purity that originates from the Dead Sea, not only in our products, but also in our ongoing relationship with our customers.
SEACRET products are manufactured in Israel with supreme care, using the latest technology and best chemists. Seacret offer products with the promise that they will enhance your own unique beauty.
Learn first of the Dead Sea. Then learn of our high-quality of Seacret skin care products. Try them. We believe you will quickly see and value their restorative effects.
You may purchase Seacret products direct from the manufacturer on this website or from hundreds of exclusive locations within shopping centers throughout the North America. In addition, Seacret has been expanding exponentially for the past few years and is available internationally throughout South America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, India, Thailand, Japan, South Africa, Israel and With more Seacret locations throughout the world opening all the time!
A few facts about the Dead Sea ; The Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth. There the earth has gone down to a depth of 427 m below sea level. In the lowest place there are unique climatic conditions (micro-climate) that make this the largest natural spa in the world and this naturally attracts scholars and visitors from around the world year round.
In the Jewish sources (the Bible and the Scrolls) many names were given to the Dead Sea: Yam Ha-Arava (the Arabah Sea), the Sea of Lot, Lake Sodom and the Ancient Sea. The Roman historian Pompeius Trogus, who lived at the end of the first century BCE, wrote: "This is a gigantic lake which from its magnitude and the stillness of its waters is called the Dead Sea". Since then the name "Dead Sea" has become the common name of the Salt Sea in the world.