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Geranium & Apricot Intensive Handcream £12.75
Geranium & Apricot Intensive Handcream: rich, quickly-absorbed handcream, sweet-smelling geranium and a touch of lavender.
Estimate dispatch time: 1-3 days
If you want a hand cream that really works, then choose something that is made with simple, first-class, organic, food-grade ingredients. Ingredients that feed your skin properly and effectively. And here it is! Make a start with apricot kernel and rapeseed oils – they are light nutritional oils that penetrate quickly, softening and feeding the skin with plenty of useful vitamins.
These are then blended with floral waters - melissa, marjoram and juniper add their calming, anti-septic, mildly astringent, refreshing powers.
The whole lot is then enriched with healing honey and beeswax, and perfumed with delightful rose geranium, an essential oil that lends its own reputation for reducing inflammation, stimulating cell-growth and aiding the skin's elasticity, never mind adding that beautiful aroma. This is a cream you cannot easily forget!
'Quite simply, the best. Two more jars, please.' Janie M., Rugby.
SUITS: any skin type.
METHOD: massage into clean, dry, over-worked hands as often as necessary.
INGREDIENTS: Origanum majorana( marjoram) and Juniperis communis (juniper) hydrosols Brassica napus (rapeseed) oil (Ribes nigrum) blackcurrant seed oil * (Prunus armeniaca) apricot kernel oil*, miel (honey)* cera alba (beeswax)* stearic acid emulsifier Naticide (plant-derived bacterial inhibitor) essential oils of Pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium)* and Lavendula augustifolia (lavender)* which contain linalool.
50 ml frosted glass jar, aluminium cap.
AS WITH ALL OUR PHYSICKS (OR ANY OTHER SKIN CARE PRODUCT) IT IS ALWAYS WISE TO TRY AN UNFAMILIAR PRODUCT ON A SMALL PATCH OF SKIN, AND LEAVE IT FOR 24 HOURS, BEFORE USING ON A LARGER AREA.
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