The Organic Pharmacy Cleopatra's Body Scrub 400 g
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A sugar and salt scrub that will remove dead skin, detoxify and moisturise all at the same time. Leaves skin soft and polished to perfection. A luxurious experience with rose petals and delicious floral scent of Ylang Ylang and Rose.Benefits
Gently removes dead skin; improves circulation; detoxifies and moisturises at the same time.Suggested Use
Massage on to dry skin starting at the feet and moving upwards in circular movements. Rinse off in bath or shower.Awards
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Complete the regimeCurated by: Holly S.
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Bringing the Spa experience home for those of you in need of serious 'me' time.
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A nice sugar and salt scrub that will remove dead skin, detoxify and moisturise all at the same time. Leaves skin super soft and polished to perfection. A very luxurious experience with rose petals and delicious floral scent of ylang ylang and rose. Bring the spa experience into your bathroom. Application: Massage on to dry skin starting at the feet and moving upwards in circular movements. Rinse off in bath or shower.
The Organic Pharmacy products are produced in the UK and manufactured in small batches. All ingredients are certified organic but in addition to being organic some special extracts, over 250 organic medicinal herbs are used. The company incorporates homeopathy, herbal medicine and nutrients at the heart of everything. The majority of the products are between 95-99.9% organic and the company prohibits the use of artificial preservatives, fragrances and colourants. The products are preserved with natural extracts that pass the rigorous tests necessary for safety. They are sourced from local farmers whenever possible and the organic farming covers a whole host of issues including strict standards for animal welfare, energy efficiency, sustainability, fair trade, no enforced child labour and strict guidelines as to how the soil is treated and the avoidance of chemical poisons such as pesticides and herbicides which are not only poisonous to humans, but also the wildlife and the environment.