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Deluvia comprises a line of widely distributed beauty products, the ingredients of which are found in and beside the Dead Sea in Israel. According to the company website, all Deluvia products contain authentic natural minerals and mud from this region, and these ingredients, including some Dead Sea mud, are alleged to be crucial for maintaining skin health and beauty: dead skin cells are exfoliated, and the skin is rejuvenated, with all of its age-related imperfections done away with. The specific potassium, bromide, and magnesium that can be found in the Dead Sea are allegedly not able to be found anywhere else in the world.
It is claimed that regular use of the Deluvia Revitalizing Cream can revitalize your skin through the removal of fine lines and wrinkles and through its being a highly effective moisturizer.
The company website is very well-designed but the content about Deluvia Revitalizing Cream is very vague, without a single ingredient even listed. The Dead Sea is described, however, and it is pointed out that it contains rich amounts of potassium, sodium, chloride, magnesium, and bromide. Cleopatra supposedly used this water and mud.
- Ordering the product is easy.
- The product is inexpensive.
- Mud is known to be a very good moisturizer.
- No ingredients list.
- Very vague product descriptions.
- No images.
- No testimonials or clinical studies.
The Bottom Line
This product seems to sell on conjecture rather than concrete results. The mystique of the Dead Sea and the claims about Cleopatra using its mud as her moisturizer are sold heavily, while there are no ingredients, no testimonials, and no images about the actual Deluvia Revitalizing Cream. We learn that the Dead Sea contains rich amounts of potassium, sodium, chloride, magnesium, and bromide-but what of the product itself? What are the amounts contained in the cream? Do these ingredients work synergistically? Are there any other added ingredients? And what’s more, why doesn’t Deluvia talk about all the rest of its products, which are in salons and beauty shops all over the place? The fact of the matter is that this is a highly disappointing product, based on what we are able to uncover. People are likely to buy up a lot of this product because it is inexpensive by comparison and it plays upon people’s love of mystique only to find themselves let down. Yet they might continue to buy and use the product for an extended period of time, expecting its magic to work any day now, before they realize they are just throwing their money away if it turns out that it doesn’t work for them.