Aloe Vera Hand & Body Lotion Tottle Bottle

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Aloe Vera Hand & Body Lotion Tottle Bottle

8.00

One of the key ingredients in this lotion is aloe vera juice and avocado oil.  It has a thinner consistency to it but yet with a luxurious feel to the skin when applied.  Buckthorn extract  and rose hip oil has also been added which  contributes to the moisturizing and penetrating benefits into the skin leaving it feeling re-hydrated.  Very beneficial for dry damaged skin.   This lotion can be used all year round.

These lotions come in a convienet tottle bottle easy to carry anywhere.  The product packaging labels includes a variety of images from my artwork for a visual inspiration while you are enjoying the benefits of the lotion.  Naturally nourishing the  mind body & soul.

Lotion is available in the following scents, choose your  scent preference below.

if there is a scent you are interested in and its not listed, please contact me if it is derived from a natural essential oil I will be able to accommodate your request.  I do not use artificial scents and fragrances so keep this in mind when sending your request. 

 

  

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Lotion comes in a one 4 ounce (113 grams) of handmade lotion in a tottle squeeze tube bottle.  You can stand it on the lid which helps all the lotion come down making it easier to squeeze out the amount you need.  Great for your purse and to leave several around the house.

Ingredients:

Water, Aloe Vera Juice, Avocado Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Rose Hip Oil, BTMS-50 (Moisturizing thickener), Glycerin, Stearyl Alcohol, Oat Extract, DL Panthenol, Optiphen (Preservative), Buckthorn Extract, Vitamin E,

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.  This product is not intended to diagnose,cure or prevent any disease.  If you are pregnant or suspect that you are, use caution when using products that contain essential oils.  Certain oils should not be used by expecting mothers to be.  Consult with your physician.