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As specialists in skin-care which uses natural ingredients rather synthetics to reduce the risk of irritation and flare-ups, Purepotions offer those with sensitive skin the ideal way to get through the colder months, naturally! Winter can bring all kinds of challenges, from the effects of dehydrating central heating, over-heating in itchy clothes, to chapped lips, red noses, cracked heels and cold hands; with this bundle of wonderfully moisturising products you can give your skin the all-over love it deserves! Their gentle, unperfumed formulation means that they’re all also suitable for people who may be prone to dry, itchy skin or eczema.

Skin Salvation Intensive Moisturising Ointment: an award-winning intensive, entirely-natural salve formulated to maintain supple, hydrated skin. Rich and deeply moisturising, it forms a semi-occlusive barrier which protects the skin from everyday external irritants and contains hemp seed oil to feed the skin with EFAs and other nutrients. The ointment is made with beeswax, olive, safflower and hemp seed oils, as well as organic tinctures of chamomile, calendula, nettle and chickweed.

Skin Salvation Intensive Lip Balm: a rich, hydrating lip salve to keep lips soft all winter!

Skin Salvation Daily Moisturising Cream: contains all the nourishing benefits of Skin Salvation but in a cream. Packed full of skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids, this gentle yet effective emollient is perfect for daily use to maintain healthy, hydrated and supple skin. Shea butter provides a soft, rich, vegan-friendly base for our special combination of chamomile, nettle, chickweed and calendula herbal tinctures.

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