Sea Salt

105 Reviews

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January 17, 2016
In my opinion , not suitable for sensitive dry skin
Unfortunately, this sea salt treatment did not work exactly as i hoped, whiteheads, cystic pimple were formed in places that were clear just one night after the usage of the following treatment. Without all the negativity, it did shrink some of my older pimples very well. But again creating more new pimples along the way. I would not recommend to anyone with sensitive/ dry skin as it might be too irritating for thy skin, causing more bad than good. good luck ! don't forget to moisturise, it will be incredibly drying.
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May 4, 2016
This sounds like purging to me - I.e stuff already under the skin coming to the surface. You can usually tell if your skin is purging because the new spots don't hurt and come to a head really quickly. I have dry sensitive skin too and there is a lot of clogged pores because of dry skin on the surface. It may be worth sticking with it for a while because this happened to me when I started to use salt!
May 10, 2016
What you're describing is purging. The salt treatment is drawing all the gunk in your skin to the surface. Don't worry, that's suppose to happen. I've had cystic acne since my teens, which got worse 6 years ago when I was pregnant with my daughter. Some of the cysts I've had for years, are finally coming to a head using this salt water treatment. I've been using this treatment for 5 days and most of my acne has came to head and disappeared. Including the cysts.
July 9, 2017
I think this could be quite common with dry skin, salt water doesn't work for everyone, my girlfriend tried it once and did like it, felt a burning sensation on her face, she didn't give it long enough but I think its because she has naturally dry skin and does better using moisturiser. I feel with this if it's not as quick instant 2-3 day benefit then don't do it, as I find that overnight it does wonders for me.
January 6, 2015
Irritated my skin with all of the methods I used from these reviews. My blemishes were red and horrible, just from this week or two experiment i did a couple weeks ago, I still have scars on my forehead from this. Be careful. dont irritate your skin.
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August 3, 2012


Already had some


~Gave me small breakouts all over the applied areas
~Extreme letdown

I was really excited to try this after reading the reviews but I woke up the next morning only to find the places I sprayed my face with the salt water were all broken out. I am very disappointed. Of course I was the one person it didn't work for.
September 8, 2011
Made me break out in tiny littles bumps all over my forehead and nose. Going to the beach always clears me up 100% but I bought 100% natural dead sea salt and soaked my face it a mixture of warm water and sea salt for about 10 minutes, for some reason it got rid of all the acne I had but it gave me tiny bumps all over my face but mainly on my forehead and nose.
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July 26, 2009


I haven't found any pros yet


Since starting to use Dead Sea Salt I had a huge break out and has not let up one bit a wk later. They are huge cystic like acne and in clusters. Once the white heads are popped it comes right back! I don't think it was ever so bad in my life!!!!

Im not so sure if I would recommend it.Price wise would totally be worth the money if it proved to work!