Enriched Dead Sea Water Proves to be a Natural Treatment for Severe Skin Disorders

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Mineralee, an enriched Dead Sea water product, is proving to be an alternative treatment for Psoriasis, Eczema, Athlete's Foot and dry and damaged skin. The Mineralee water is extracted off the Eastern shore of the Dead Sea and contains a high concentration of Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Bromides, Sulfates and other minerals.

Mineralee, an enriched Dead Sea water product, is proving to be an alternative treatment for Psoriasis, Eczema, Athlete's Foot and dry and damaged skin. The Mineralee water is extracted off the Eastern shore of the Dead Sea and contains a high concentration of Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Bromides, Sulfates and other minerals.

The enriched water is undiluted, has no added fragrance or chemicals and is completely pure.

The product was developed as a result of 3 years of research into the ideal springs that releases these minerals as well as a personal story of a Psoriasis patient. Dan Goldberg, founder of Mineralee and a long time Psoriasis sufferer himself came to the Dead Sea in search of relief.

"I spent 8 hours a day bathing in the powerful salty water whilst intermittently applying the Dead Sea mineral concentrates to my bare skin. After only four days of this treatment my condition was cured. Relieved and eternally grateful I returned to living a normal life thanks to the amazing healing properties of these Dead Sea enriched waters."

PureDeadSea.com now offers the enriched Dead Sea water product online and is proving to be helpful for treatment of several skin disorders and skin conditions. The healing and therapeutic qualities of the water have had both positive physical and mental effects as more people have been using them.

The one-liter product is offered for $39.99 and 5 liters are offered for $149.99.

For additional information contact:

Marketing Director

Eyal Beit-On

+972-54-453-6053

Mineralee - http://www.PureDeadSea.com

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