15 x Sulphur Skin Care Natural Cream
Offer ends: 16 May 2017
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Sulphur is also known as ‘Nature’s Healing & Beauty Mineral’.
It is a vital mineral which we all need in our bodies and is a natural and effective treatment for many skin conditions like acne, eczema, rosacea & psoriasis.
Sulphur encourages your skin to shed the dead skin cells, which, if left, build up and block your pores, creating the conditions necessary for acne causing bacteria to multiply.
What’s in the Natural Cream?
Shea butter, sweet almond oil, sulphur, pure essential oils: lemongrass, lavender, rosemary & carrot seed plus added Vitamin E.
You won’t find any parabens, sls or sles’s in here.
All the essential oils used in this natural cream have great benefits for the skin. All the ingredients used are full of the essential vitamins and nutrients that your skin requires to keep it soft, nourished and looking radiant, also helping to keep those fine lines, age spots and wrinkles at bay.
Where can I use it?
Anywhere on your body where you have skin.
Perfect for dry elbows and rough, cracked heels.
Great for Summer…
Protect yourself from insect bites due to the Lemongrass oil content which acts as a repellent.
A great after sun skin soother cream as it will replenish the skin with the nutrients and moisture it needs after a day in the sun. It will also soothe and stop the itchiness of insect bites if you are unlucky and get bitten.
Free from steroids and coal tar.
None of our products are tested on animals.
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