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Bathing Beauty Gauntlet Hand Salve 30ml

An intensively nourishing and protective hand salve.

Created to help seal and heal hard working hands.

Handmade using traditional methods it contains Fairtrade, Organic Shea Butter and Avocado oil which help reinforce the skin’s natural barrier.

Calendula Macerate helps to heal cracks and splits in the skin, whilst Rosemary essential oil provides antiseptic benefits.

  • Ideal for Gardeners, Builders, Farmers, Climbers, Nurses, Carers, Horse riders, Runners and Walkers.
  • Reduces wind chill due to the absence of water in the formulation. It can be beneficial for those managing the symptoms associated with Raynaud’s Phenomenon and Chillblains
  • 100% natural, free from all parabens, sulphates, nut, palm and fragrance oils.
  • Suitable for eczema and dermatitis sufferers
  • Palm Oil and Plastic Free

30ml e

 

£14.50

1 in stock

Bathing Beauty Gauntlet Hand Salve 30ml

Description

Description

FURTHER INFO:

Vegetarian & Zero to landfill & Palm Oil Free

HOW TO USE:

LESS IS MORE

Rub a pea sized amount on to the backs of your hands. Draw the residue down your fingers, paying particular attention to areas of particular dryness, and lastly onto your palms.

For best results apply first thing in the morning to seal and heal the hands. If you are experiencing particularly dry chapped hands, apply again at lunch time, and in the evening.

INGREDIENTS:

**Butyrospermum  Parkii (FairTrade Shea butter), **Helianthus Annus (Sunflower Oil), **Persea Gratissima, (Avocado oil), Calendula officinalis (Calendula Macerate),  Cera Alba (Beeswax) Rosemarinus Officinalis, (Rosemary Essential oil) *limonene *linalool                                                                                         * occurs naturally in essential oils. ** denotes Organic Ingredient.

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