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Real World Natural Hand Cream - Blood Orange & Harakeke

Description

$28.50

Real World Natural Hand Cream - Blood Orange & Harakeke (60ml).

This beautiful Blood Orange & Harakeke Hand Cream will nourish, hydrate and protect your hands. Key ingredients such as New Zealand organic harekeke seed oil and organic apricot kernal oil this delicious hand cream will leave your hands feeling moisturised and ready for their next challenge. Excellent for people prone to dry skin and eczema sufferers of all ages. Hard working hands and people that experience sore, dry hands from constant use of their hands in their jobs. Harakeke is unique to New Zealand and is one of our oldest plant species. Harakeke was used topically in traditional Maori herbal medicine or Rongoa for skin irritations and dry skin conditions. The sticky sap or gum that harakeke produces, was applied to boils and wounds. Harakeke root juice was routinely applied to wounds as a disinfectant.

Ingredients
Distilled water, lemon hydrosol, emulsifying compound (plant based), mango butter, organic coconut oil, glycerine, organic apricot kernal oil, New Zealand organic harekeke seed oil, lactic acid, carrot oil, potassium sorbate, New Zealand harekeke extract, blood orange natural fragrance oil (includes essential oils of bergamot, grapefruit & sweet orange) & blood orange essential oil.

Directions
Massage into clean hands frequently.

Real World products are free from Sulphates, Silicons, Parabens, Toxins, Petrochemicals, Artificial Dyes or Colours. They do not test on Animals and are committed to creating hand and body care products that not only smell beautiful but that hold long lasting benefits for you inside and out. All their labels are easily readable and all their containers are carefully chosen with recycling in mind as well as being aesthetically pleasing.

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