Our story begins with another story. CEO and founder of Arianna Skincare, Miri Torres, was inspired to create an all-natural skincare line after her struggle with Lymphoma cancer. Miri was diagnosed in 1998 with stage 4B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma disease. After aggressive chemotherapy treatments she began to see signs of eczema as well as rashes that covered her entire body. Her skin was sore, tender and her immune system became weak due to her aggressive treatments.

Throughout her healing process her focus became finding a solution to help repair her skin naturally. She searched the market for products that were natural and gentle on her skin but also offered the same amount of effectiveness as other chemical-based products. During her research Miri found her answer from an unlikely source: The Dead Sea. Although the historic Dead Sea had been providing anti-aging and therapeutic benefits for thousands of years, it remained an un-tapped resource in the world of skincare.

Miri set out to change this.

In just a few short years after making a full recovery, Miri proudly launched a collection of all-natural skincare products that were based on the historic power of the Dead Sea minerals. Today, Arianna Skincare stands as the preeminent source for all-natural skincare products that help rejuvenate your skin as well as fight the signs of aging.

Arianna Skincare is an innovative all-natural skincare brand that focuses on the many benefits that steam from the power of Dead Sea minerals. We believe that infusing the power of the Dead Sea with the latest scientific breakthroughs will achieve not only superior skincare results on the surface, but also provide a skincare product that nurtures, repairs and invigorates the skin from the inside out. Just as important as what goes into our skincare products is what does not. We never use harmful parabens, phthalates, synthetic alcohols, artificial dyes and preservatives.


Arianna Skincare products are now available online and in our stores in Boston (MA), Newport (RI), Braintree (MA), and on Martha’s Vineyard (MA).

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