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Mineral Flowers skincare - Handcream and samples

I received a package containing Mineral Flowers skincare items from my friends at Brill Communications. Mineral Flowers is a link of skincare that incorporates minerals from The Dead Sea.

Mineral Flowers delivers an unmatched spa-like treatments in the comforts of your own home. Ingredients such as Calcium to strengthen cell membranes and relieve pain, Bromine which heals skin diseases and helps relieve psoriasis and Zinc that clears skin and is a key ingredient in the production of collagen.

Each product contains antioxidants such as green tea and ginkgo biloba, therapeutic essential oils and organic ingredients microalgae aka: seaweed and vitamin rich fruit and vegetable extracts; resulting in a pure way to pamper your skin, with every product paraben free, guaranteed.

There are two products a hand moisturizer and body & massage lotion. They come in five different scents: Lavender, Citrus Blossom, Jasmine, Chamomile and Almond Blossom. I’m a big fan of the Almond Blossom Citrus Blossom and Chamomile scents. They aren’t overpowering or sickly smelling. I wasn’t a fan of the Jasmine scent, it was too overpowering. There are some scents that don’t work with my chemistry and this was one of them.

The creams themselves are lovely. They are water based and not greasy. I like the hand cream a lot. It would be nice if they had a smaller version so it would be easy to carry in small purses. I can’t comment on it’s health claims but I’ve enjoyed using these products.

The hand cream is $6.99 and body lotion is $9.99 at The Bay. I would recommend staying away from anything Jasmine scented in the line.

By Anita Clarke

Anita Clarke is an Engineering Storyteller and the founder of the fashion blog “I want – I got.” She was one of the first and most prominent online fashion writers in Toronto and Canada.

3 comments

    1. It’s really, really strong and not pleasant smelling to me. I talked to people at the PR firm that send me the product people had polarizing views, many hated it for the same reasons. A few people liked it though. I think it’s too fragrant

  1. I purchased a face moisturiser when I travelled in greece, I think the product is fabulous. Would like to find a supplier to purchase more (with reasonable postage costs to Australia . ) Any ideas ?

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