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Dead Sea Collection - body wash, shampoo, conditioner, bath salts and bubble bath £1.99 @ Home Bargains / Quality Save
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Dead Sea Collection - body wash, shampoo, conditioner, bath salts and bubble bath £1.99 @ Home Bargains / Quality Save

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Posted 9th Mar 2019Available: National

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Dead Sea collection

1 litre bottles of shampoo, conditioner, body wash and bubble bath.

Bath salts size are 970g.
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Lorra lorra bubbles per bottle in those for your money
Don’t suppose you know if it’s sulphate/silicone free? On the off chance you bought it
rockyroad109/03/2019 21:48

Don’t suppose you know if it’s sulphate/silicone free? On the off chance yo …Don’t suppose you know if it’s sulphate/silicone free? On the off chance you bought it


I had a look here but they didn’t list ingredients: deadseacollection.com/

I’ll take a look next time.
iwantahotdeal38 s ago

I had a look here but they didn’t list ingredients: h … I had a look here but they didn’t list ingredients: https://www.deadseacollection.com/I’ll take a look next time.


Thanks, I had a quick look but they just state sls free!
About the Company-

TREASURES FROM THE DEAD SEA
Crystalline Health & Beauty from the Dead Sea Ltd., is an Israeli manufacturer that was established on 1991.
Over the years, we have developed prestigious products lines, under our Dead Sea Collection brand, while using the Dead Sea special treasures:
Dead Sea minerals, salts and mud, integrated in skin care, bath & body and hair care products, achieving amazing results for its users.

In the last 30 years, with continuing research of the therapeutic and relieving traits of the Dead Sea contents,

Crystalline is proud to re-launch our brand “Dead Sea Collection” that harness the wonderful and unique characteristic of the Dead Sea for beauty, intended to bring an amazing benefit and enjoyment to those using the products.
Is this the same lot who constantly bother you in shopping centres with the hard sell of the salty product? I just ignore them now.

I don't mind these products as long as they aren't destroying the environment.
Anyone spotted these in Manchester?
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