Beauty Products Made In Israeli Settlement Spark Controversy

Mass retailers like Nordstrom and Macy’s stock the Ahava skincare line, touting its age-reversing Dead Sea “minerals.” Pro-Palestine advocates aren’t buying, though. They claim that Ahava, which makes its products in the occupied West Bank territory, is flouting international law.

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