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Purepotions Skincare is free from parabens, perfumes, carcinogens and toxins so you can rest assure that with us, you are only getting the good stuff!

This incredible Scar Oil is no exception to this with 100% natural ingredients, carefully chosen to feed nutrients into damaged skin; encouraging healthy skin cell rejuvenation. Rosehip, Calendula, Chamomile, Lavender and Palma Rosa form a wonderful combination of skin nourishing ingredients that work together to effectively reduce skin markings, scarring and age spots, all in a gentle Grape Seed Oil base to moisturise and restore damaged skin. No other ingredients are added to this oil, so that means that 100% of the contents of this bottle has an important and effective benefit for your skin health!

Purepotions Skincare was founded by a mother, desperate to find safe, effective solutions for her daughters chronic skin condition, which was triggered by synthetic chemicals in moisturisers. Natalie Balmond struggled for years to manage little Lula’s debilitating inflamed, dry skin condition until she formulated her own moisturising ointment in her kitchen, which transformed their lives. 10 years on and Natalie is absolutely dedicated to formulating natural skincare solutions for people who may be prone to eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions and for those who wish to avoid toxins and harmful chemicals.

97% of customers agree that Purepotions products have helped to relieve the symptoms associated with their skin condition (*588 people)

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