Witch Hazel Hand Cream: This rich and thick hand cream has a light pleasant fragrance and absorbs nicely into the skin with absolutely no greasy residue. I would describe this cream as the type that "melts" into skin. It leaves my hands feeling instantly soft, hydrated and nourished, and it feels very luxurious. This product also does a great job smoothing my cuticles and the skin right around my nails. Never one for reading directions, I just noticed that the back of the tube even states "...to condition cuticles and nails." $10.49 5.1 fl. oz.
Chamomile Mud Mask: I was a little afraid that this mask may dry my face out, but with ingredients like glycerin, aloe leaf extract, and jojoba seed oil, I needn't worry. I've used other mud and clay type masks that did a great job of purifying my face, but they left my skin feeling dry and tight. This mask leaves my skin looking and feeling soft and supple, to the point where I often skip my moisturizer after using it. I use this mask twice a week and simply apply it, leave it on for two minutes, then rinse. Soft and radiant are the words that come to mind after using this. $15.49 5.3 oz.
Tea Tree Oil Foot Cream: I've been using this on my feet to prep them for sandal season, and I love it! I tend to stay away from tea tree oil products simply because I don't like the smell of most of them, but this one has a light pleasant scent that simply smells a litle minty, if anything. Instant results are noticeable on dry or cracked heels. I usually use a foot file in the shower two to three times a week, and this product has softened my feet enough that once a week use of a foot file is all that I need. I've even been using this on my knees and elbows! $10.49 5.1 fl. oz.
Below is a list of products that Target stores are now stocking from this line:
Dead Sea Essentials by AHAVA
Aloe Vera Body Lotion ($14.69): soothes and calms skin with Dead Sea minerals and aloe vera
Hibiscus Shower Cream ($12.49): includes anti-aging properties, restoring skin’s moisture balance
Witch Hazel Hand Cream ($10.49): provides deep hydration and instantly soothes chapped, dry hands
Water Lily Body Scrub ($14.99): removes dull surface cells while protecting skin against irritation
Tea Tree Oil Foot Cream ($10.49): contains anti-oxidant rich avocado, providing relief to tired, dry feet
Chamomile Mud Mask ($15.49): purifies skin, removing toxins and impurities for a deep cleanse
Bath Crystals ($14.99 each): contains 100 percent pure Dead Sea salts to soften the skin and relieve stress. Available in Lavender, Eucalyptus and Natural scents.
I don't like to offer giveaways of products unless I've actually used them, so I picked up a couple of matching products to my review for a little giveaway! Unfortunately, my Target did not have the Witch Hazel Hand Cream in stock, but I was able to get the Chamomile Mud Mask and the Tea Tree Oil Foot Cream. If you'd like to enter for a chance to be the winner of these two products, just leave a comment below with your eMail. If you'd prefer not to leave your eMail, be sure to check back Monday to see if you've won, then simply send me an eMail (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your mailing information. Have you ever used any Ahava products? If so, let us know your thoughts about them! Contest ends Monday May 14 at 9:00 am EST.
*Products for review were furnished by the manufacturer or PR firm for consideration.