Energise & Uplift Body Balm
Energise & Uplift Body Balm

Energise & Uplift Body Balm

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A refreshing burst of citrus with a hint of spice. This body balm has a rich, luxurious texture. Formulated with a powerful combination of botanical oils to energise skin and mind, relieve muscle pain and sinusitis, and reduce parched skin. It locks in moisture to keep skin protected during harsh environmental conditions. It is helpful during a time of transition when skin is dehydrated, and energy levels are low.

Size: 100ml

How to use

Apply onto damp, clean skin from the neck down to the toes – focusing on areas that are dull, dry, and cracked. This is soaked up by the skin within seconds, with no oily residue, leaving your skin soft and cared for. A little goes a long way during seasons of transition, allergies, and cold and flu. For external use only.


Cera Alba(Beeswax),Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Cocos nucifera*(Coconut)Oil, Macadamia ternifolia (Macadamia)NutOil, Cold Pressed Ricinodendron rautanenii(Mongongo)Oil, Corylus Americana (Hazelnut)Oil, Cold Pressed Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba)Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape)Seed Oil,Eucalyptus Smitthi*(Eucalyptus),Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit), Zingiber officinale* (Ginger), Citrus Nobilis (MandarinOrange)Peel Oil, Rosmarinus officinalis*(Rosemary)


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