5 x HydraNure Creams

Offer ends: 1 November 2017

A natural and organic cream for your child's delicate skin that absorbs quickly and easily. Over a ten-year period HydraNure have merged the best ingredient combination for soft moisturised skin, 5 plant based ingredients known for their skin healing properties plus vitamin E and a natural Eco certified preservative derived from olive oil. There are NO harsh chemicals or known skin irritants. To be in with a chance of winning one of 5 x HydraNure creams click below to enter…

HydraNure is a natural and organic cream for your child's delicate skin that absorbs quickly and easily.

In an independent study carried out by talkhealth, one HydraNure cream was given to 141 parents of children from birth to 5 years old with a variety of dry skin conditions. The results were incredible with 96% saying skin was softer after using, 94% saw a skin improvement in under 2 weeks and 93% would recommend.

When the two boys of the founders of HydraNure were infants, they suffered from eczema. Every over-the-counter product available was tried. These thick emollient creams were horrendous, taking forever to apply and ending up everywhere. But more than that, they simply didn’t work. There had to be a better way; one in which the eczema could be controlled, and especially before developing into open sores. Hence HydraNure was launched after extensive research and testing.

And for a limited time only, as well as having the opportunity to register for the chance to win one of 5 HydraNure Creams, take advantage of a discount now until 30 September 2017. Just enter LAUNCH5 at the checkout to receive 33% (£5) and free delivery off your purchase.

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