Discover the soothing qualities of Dead Sea salt with Francis Soap Shop.

There is only one place on earth where carnallite salt crystals forms on beaches - the Dead Sea.

With exceptional healing and beauty care properties, the Dead Sea is the largest natural spa in the world with thousands of tourists travelling there every year to take care of their health and beauty. With L’ORIENT cosmetics customers can enjoy luxurious Dead Sea salt treatment from their own bathrooms thanks to Francis' Soap Shop in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre.

There are numerous benefits of bathing in salt from the Dead Sea such as improved blood circulation; accelerated metabolism; relieving rheumatism and arthritis, post-traumatic pain and muscle tension; eliminating skin irritation and soothing symptoms of allergies, eczema, acne, and psoriasis; helping with fatigue and stress; and reducing the effect of orange peel and stretch marks.


The Power of Minerals line is created by a team of dermatologists and cosmetologists. Tested in laboratories, dermocosmetics are perfect for people with sensitive skin. Lacking allergy-inducing substances and unnecessary dyes, dermocosmetics provide users with a soothing effect thanks to a high concentration of vitamins and plant-derived ingredients. Customers can purchase The Power of Minerals range of day and night cream, eye cream, moisturizing cream, nutritional mineral serum, shampoo and hair mask, and body lotion at Francis' Soap Shop.

Home spa

Brine salt peeling is an intensive cleansing and mineralising treatment for the body. Removing dead skin, improving blood circulation and oxygenation, Brine salt peeling is also used as a disinfectant in the treatment of skin diseases. In addition, strong salt exfoliation is helpful with rough and heavily thickened skin fragments (knees, feet, elbows, etc, ) making them silky smooth.

How to use

Pour about 100g of salt into the bath tub, let it dissolve in warm water, and soak in the bath for 20 to 30 minutes.

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