New Skin Therapy Line Specifically for Diabetics

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Masada Health and Beauty Corporation, in order to “reduce thetoll that diabetes takes on the skin,” has developed DiabEaseMineral Therapy Solutions.

DiabEase Mineral Therapy Solutions features antibacterial Dead Seaminerals combined with herbs and other natural ingredients to providemuch needed skin therapy solutions for diabetics.

According to Masada Health and Beauty Corp., “DiabEase footand body care products help relieve calluses and dry, cracked skin thatmay lead to life-threatening infections, and provide a total careregimen for at-home maintenance.”

DiabEase is available at Target, Whole Foods nationwide, MeijerPharmacies and other independent health food stores and pharmacies.


The DiabEase Skincare Line

  • Antibacterial Dead Sea Mineral Bath Salts with antiseptic tea tree and hydrating urea
  • Hydrating Skin Therapy with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree, hydrating urea and aloe vera
  • Skin Calming Cream with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree, soothing clove, aloe vera, and hydrating urea
  • Callus Therapy Cream with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree and hydrating urea
  • Foot Therapy Soaking Salts with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree and hydrating urea
  • Foot Therapy Scrub with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree and vitamins C and K
  • Foot Therapy Cream with antibacterial Dead Sea minerals, antiseptic tea tree and revitalizing wintergreen

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