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SHOPPING
 

No trip to the Dead Sea is complete without a visit to one of the many outlets available at the hotels that sell the world famous Dead Sea products. These are reasonably priced, of excellent quality and make great gifts to take home.


Dead Sea Salts

Bath Crystals, made of natural salts, are highly concentrated with 26 essential minerals from the Dead Sea such as magnesium, calcium, sodium, potassium, zinc and other minerals. These salts soften, nourish, cleanse and refresh your skin. As a therapeutic spa bath, these salts are effective in relieving muscular pain and stress-induced tension.


Dead Sea Mud

Dead Sea black mineral mud cleanses and purifies the skin thus allowing it to better absorb moisture, leaving your whole body looking radiant and refreshed. Additionally, Dead Sea black mineral mud’s high concentration of trace and essential elements improves circulation, helps the immune system, reduces muscle tension and eases rheumatic pains.

Most shops also sell a variety of Jordanian handicrafts including rugs, Bedouin jewellery, glassware and other locally made items.
 

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