Hydrate and Repair Body Oil

Hydrate and Repair Body Oil

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A comforting light textured body treatment oil with a grounding middle note of earthy cinnamon. Formulated with high quality botanical and nut oils for intense hydration, relief of excessively parched skin, and may assist with muscle stiffness. Locking in moisture and keeps the skin protected in harsh environments. Helpful during seasons when the skin is dehydrated and needs extra care & repair.

Size: 50ml

How to use

Massage a few drops onto damp clean skin from the neck down to the toes, focusing on areas that are dull, dry, and cracked. Alternatively, add a small amount (1tsp) to running bath water* – 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. For external use only.

*If using in the bath, please remember to recycle the water for gardening, and other needs to avoid unnecessary water wastage.


Cold Pressed Sclerocarya birrea(Marula)Oil, Simmondsia chinensis(Jojoba)Oil, Vitis Vinifera(Grapeseed oil), Macadamia ternifolia(Macadamia) Nut Oil, Corylus Americana(Hazelnut) Nut Oil, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum(CinnamonBark), EucalyptusSmitthi*(Eucalyptus), Rosmarinus officinalis*(Rosemary), Pogostemon cablin(Patchouli), Cananga odorata(YlangYlang) NATURAL & *CERTIFIED ORGANIC


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