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Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

| July 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

Pick up one of these gifts in your hand, as they are truly gifts and cleanse your face, sit down and allow your hands to gently roll over each other, they will feel so soft with a distant fragrance and you will come to know that these cleansing bars are so full of good natural ingredients your skin heals, becomes clear, radiant and healthy.

Gamila Secret - travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

On a recent trip to Tel Aviv, a series of meetings with various cosmetic and skin care companies organized by The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute in Tel Aviv, led to my introduction to Gamila Secret which I would never have found without my contact at the Institute, Nitzan Paicov Manager Cosmetics & Toiletries, who is the go to person when you need to meet various brands across Israel, Nitzan arranged for me to meet with some of Israel’s top makeup and skincare brands.

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

There is a wonderful story behind the journey of Gamila Hair, the story started with Gamila who used her wisdom and knowledge of nature to create a secret recipe formulation made of fifteen healing herbs and a combination of pure plant oils, including first cold press olive oil. All of her products are handmade, using 100% plant based natural ingredients, uniquely picked, tasted and combined to nourish healthy skin.

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

Gamila was born and raised in a small Druze village in Israel, where she still lives today. Her son Fuad, who runs the company, lives in another Druze village nearby. Gamila has an extra-special relationship to her village as she was the first woman to enter the workforce decades ago, and is seen as something of a feminist since she introduced sex education into the local schools and emphasizes the importance of subjects such as math. She is also known for her support of women’s employment in her traditional society.

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

With no artificial colors or fragrances involved, the soaps are gentle enough for babies, and boast restorative qualities that fight aging and skin diseases like eczema. Because they contain no animal derivatives, the soap is also perfect for vegans, and those looking for kosher and halal products.

Gamila Secrets for you

  • Gamila Secret Cleansing Bar is made of no less than fifteen handpicked active wild herbs in a base of shea butter and six pure vegetable oils.
  • Among the herbs: Roman nettle, Lavender, Chamomile, Rosemary, Vervain, Sage, Rue and Pistachio.
  • Minimum of 80% Pure Virgin Oil (Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Laurel Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Grape Seed Oil and Shea Butter)
  • The soap is handmade which includes 40 hours cooking process, a period of 4 to 6 months for drying, stamping and curving the edges.
  • Cleanses and nourishes our skin. Also believed to have healing properties.
  • A gift for all people who have skin problems or sensitive skin

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

Gamila Secret – travels the world a cleansing bar in every house

These cleansing bars not only cleanse and revitalize the skin, they also soften and nourish the skin and help to restore its natural balance. They refine the structure of the skin, and the facial pores while regulating the skin’s hydration balance, available in ten varieties, nine of which have essential oils added and properties that stimulate the skin of different types. Use Gamilas Secret for face, body, shaving, sensitive and intimate areas, as well as shower and bath.

How to use the Cleansing Bar • Moisten with warm water to activate the ingredients • Apply the bar directly on face & body • Massage the creamy texture into your skin • Allow the emulsion time to permeate into the skin • Rinse off.

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