Loved by lots of folks who work with their hands and not just gardeners, this easily absorbed cream is packed full of plant oils and extracts to help treat dry, damaged and rough skin. Calendula, comfrey and lavender oils are healing and soothing, horsetail helps to strengthen nails and cuticles while rosemary essential oil adds antiseptic qualities to assist in healing. We love to pop this on a night and let the plant extracts do their magic while we sleep.
- Handcrafted in the UK
- 50ml Glass Jar
- Helps to soothe and heal
- Vegan friendly
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Made with care in small batches on the East Sussex coast. With only natural ingredients and pure essential oils, this cream will really treat your skin. This product has been tried and tested on gardeners, DIY-ers and brewers who have all said unbelievably nice things about how it has improved their skin.
Ingredients - Rosa damascena flower water, sorbitan olivate, Cetearyl olivate, Vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) seed oil, calendula Officinalis, Symphytum officinale (comfrey), glycerin, equisetum arvense, (horsetail) phenoxyethanol, Lavendula Officinalis, Rosmarinus officinalis, geraniol, limonene, linalool.
Juliette has been lucky enough to work in the fascinating world of Cosmetics and Fragrances almost all of her career. From early days training in perfumery evaluation, in a Fragrance house in the South of France to developing bespoke products for niche brands here in the UK.
Throughout this time Juliette was always keen to learn how everything was made and to expand her knowledge, combining this with a natural love of crafting, developed as a child forever making things from cast-off bits and pieces. All of this came together later for a career in writing books and teaching classes on skincare and home fragrance in Hastings on the South Coast of England.
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