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NEW! Symmetry Hand Cream Bar

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Solid Hand Cream Bar With Luxury Reusable Tin 50g

Description

Symmetry Solid Hand Cream Bar – the ultimate skin rejuvenator – from our hands to yours. 

Symmetry is a distinctive and revitalising essential oil blend of Rose Geranium, Jasmine, Sweet Almond Oil, and Bay Laurel. All expertly combined for the ultimate soothing full-body experience.

Sensually invigorating, this triple-action solid hand-cream formula will moisturise, nourish, and restore even the dryest skin. Leaving your skin feeling wonderfully soft and nourished. Blended with Cocoa Butter, Beeswax, and Coconut Oil, your hands will feel moisturised and restored with every use.

The essential oils in our unique Symmetry blend will help balance your skin’s natural oil production and minimises the appearance of enlarged pores. It’s high concentrations of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties also help to reduces the appearance of dull skin and promote faster fading of scars and blemishes.

The skincare experts at The Edinburgh Natural Skincare Company believe it’s of the utmost importance to protect your hands from harmful environmental influences. Our hands feel the brunt of our daily lives, and can soon become dry, rough, and cracked when there’s not enough time to take care of them properly. Now you can fight the signs of premature ageing and help reduce the appearance of age spots and wrinkles on your hands with Symmetry Solid Hand Cream Bar.

Protect and nourish your hands with a touch of luxury, and indulge in a sumptuous scent. With a Symmetry Solid Hand Cream Bar, your hands will be soothed, softened, and ready to show off!

  • The luxurious non-sticky texture that melts into the skin, giving long-lasting nourishment
  • 100% natural
  • Only the purest ingredients
  • Contains no artificial colouring, preservatives, or fragrance oils
  • Handmade in the Garden of Scotland
  • Beats the no liquid ban on flights!
  • Definitely not tested on animals
  • Sustainably sourced packaging

Hand Cream Bar  – 6.5cm in length, 4cm in width,  2cm in depth

Hand Cream Bar In Tin – 9.5cm in length, 6.0cm in width, 2.5cm in depth.

30 month used by date*

Ingredients and Benefits

  • Beeswax for the protective barrier it provides your skin from harmful effects of the environment. Beeswax also helps reduce dryness by locking in moisture into the skin
  • Cocoa Butter deeply moisturises and nourishes, while offering protection from harsh environmental changes, UV damage and free radicals
  • Coconut Oil seeps deep into the skin pores for moisturising penetration. The lauric acid contained in coconut oil has beneficial anti-bacterial properties to help improve the healthy glow of naturally beautiful skin.
  • Rose Geranium helps balance the skin’s natural oil production. Minimises the appearance of enlarged pores and reduces the appearance of dull skin, promotes faster fading of scars and blemishes, soothes and rejuvenates the complexion
  • Jasmine helps promote beautiful healthy skin thanks to high concentrations of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory elements
  • Rose Essential Oil & Bay Laurel have anti-inflammatory properties that bring down the puffiness of skin without losing moisture

Weight: 50g

How to use

Gently rub new Symmetry Hand Cream Bar over the surface of your palms and the backs of your hands, focusing on areas of dryness. As you rub the cream into your skin, try applying a little pressure to warm the tissues beneath the skin surface and increase circulation. Enjoy the subtle and sensual aroma on your skin.

If time allows, try giving yourself a little hand massage which is a quick relaxing way of improving finger and wrist motion, enhancing your circulation, and reducing hand muscle aches. For more information, contact the skin care experts at The Edinburgh Natural Skincare Company

Questions and answers of the customers

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    Q Will it help with dry skin between fingers....related to slight eczema
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