One With Nature

At One With Nature, we are dedicated to crafting only the finest skin care products. Care is taken to design, develop and manufacture our products in harmony with nature and our customer’s needs. We are also committed to preserving the Dead Sea through our partnership with FoEME (Friends of the Earth Middle East). Environmental consciousness is the cornerstone of our business. Our soaps have a 100% vegetable base and do not include artificial colors, fragrances or animal ingredients of any kind. Our eye-catching colors result from a blend of plant and naturally-occurring mineral pigments found in the diverse climate zones of the region. The rich scents come from pure essential oils or other 100% natural sources. Our 100% Dead Sea Bath Salts are pure Dead Sea Salt, and contain 21 skin nourishing and re-energizing minerals. They are lightly scented with essential oils and natural fragrances. We also offer a fragrance-free 100% Dead Sea Bath Salt. Our Dead Sea Hand Washes, Body Washes, and Hand & Body Lotions, all lightly and naturally scented. See More

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