Hydrate & Repair Body Balm

Hydrate & Repair Body Balm

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A comforting body balm with a grounding middle note of earthy cinnamon, the rich, luxurious texture of the balm will be soaked up by your skin within a few seconds for intense hydration and relief excessively parched skin. Assistance with muscle stiffness, locking in moisture, and keeping the skin protected in harsh environments. Helpful during seasons when the skin is dehydrated and needs extra care and repair.

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. Leaving your skin soft & cared for. A little goes a very long way. For external use only.

Ingredients

Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Cocos nucifera*(Coconut) Oil, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Cold Pressed Sclerocarya birrea(Marula) Oil, Cold Pressed Simmondsia chinensis(Jojoba) Oil, Macadamia ternifolia(Macadamia) Nut Oil, Vitis Vinifera(Grape) Seed Oil, Corylus Americana(Hazelnut) Oil, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum(CinnamonBark), EucalyptusSmitthi*(Eucalyptus), Rosmarinus officinalis*(Rosemary), Pogostemon cablin(Patchouli), Cananga odorata(YlangYlang) NATURAL & *CERTIFIED ORGANIC

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