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Rosehip Geranium Facial Balm
Rosehip Geranium Facial Balm

Rosehip Geranium Facial Balm

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For your skin care For all skin types, but this preparation is especially good for balancing the skin. This powerful combination of soothing and moisturising ingredients acts to improve the blood flow and relieve dry skin in need of pampering. Contains Rosehip seed and Pumpkin seed oils, which are especially recognised for their rejuvenating and healing qualities as well as their rich vitamin and mineral content. Carrot and Oat extracts add antioxidant and regenerating properties.

A very rich therapy that can be used as an intensive face mask for when your skin is especially stressed, particularly during that transition of weather between Autumn and Winter.

For your well-being With super nutritious calming ingredients, help your skin and lift those feelings of weakness. A lack of incentive has a negative effect on health, so breathe in the scents of floral and herbal essences and regain your positive approach.
Product Code: FO01
Size: 50ml
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Sweet almond oil, Avocado oil, Macadamia nut oil, Apricot kernel oil, Safflower oil, Beeswax, Sunflower oil, Pumpkin seed oil, Rosehip seed oil, essential oils, Jojoba oil, Evening Primrose extract, Grapefruit seed extract, Carrot extract.

Contains 100% certified organic ingredients. Myrrh is sourced from the wild.

Contains natural components of essential oils:  linalool, geraniol, limonene, citronellol, citral, eugenol.


Allergen: Contains citrus

Apply with clean warm hands every evening after thorough cleansing using upward, circular strokes.

Store cool and dry, away from sunlight. As no synthetic ingredients or preservatives are used in Chery Lin Skin Therapy products, it is best to use this product within 10 months after opening.

As this is a very rich treatment, you only need to use a little per each application.

Caution - This product contains Myrrh, which is an emmenagogue, so is best avoided during pregnancy.

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