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Dark wood floors and tables, colorful rows of sliced soaps, and jam jars of creams and masks express the homemade roots of this beautiful Israeli skincare line. First-time visitors are greeted and ushered to a hand-washing station at the rear of the store where they can cleanse with lavender apple, vanilla coconut, patchouli, or lemon mint body scrubs—made with Dead Sea salt and macadamia oil—and then moisturize with a corresponding butter cream. The softening ablutions energize a browse among the cleanly scented, simply bottled and labeled skin and bath goods, like ginger-orange body gel polishers; rose bath milk; and musk, grass, and peach glycerin soaps. Soap flakes are sold by the pound and can be used in the bath or a sachet, while solid soap-loofah cleansing bars contain scrubbing fibers inside. The kiwi mango body butter is a particularly rich, deep orange brick, and the mineral powder bath balls make for a dreamily fragrant soak. Room sprays, candles, and ceramic soap dishes accessorize the collection; and rustically boxed gift baskets with themes like the Energizer, the Relaxing Patchouli, and the Shower Mix make sweet-smelling grab-and-go goodies.Extra
Items may be ordered and shipped through the store's Web site.
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