Our Tropical Sunset lotion is an all-natural hand and body lotion created for dry skin to normal skin.
When you apply this lotion to your skin, it feels well moisturised and hydrated, preventing dryness without the greasy feel. It seeps into the skin almost immediately after application.
Applying this moisturiser can also help to fade out scars and even out the skin tone leaving it soft and supple, healthy, clear and smooth skin.
Our natural lotion for dry skin acts as an effective natural alternative for people who are sensitive or allergic to chemicals found in commercial lotions. We do not use any parabens or phthalates in this lotion. This product is also vegan.
Directions for use:
Apply a pea-size amount and rub between palms, then apply on the desired area. You will obtain the best results if the skin is well cleansed beforehand.
Water, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, coconut milk, Emulsifying Wax, cetyl Alcohol, citric acid, Essential Oils and Preservative
- Virgin coconut oil- nourishes, moisturizes and hydrates for a bright and vibrant complexion, with antioxidant and anti-ageing benefits for gorgeously smooth skin. Hydrates and protects the skin, locks in skin natural moisture.
- Coconut milk-
- Vitamin E- Soothes and relieves dry skin, anti-oxidant to fight against skin damage directly caused by damaging UV rays
- Shea butter- A natural fatty oil and emollient used in treating dry, cracked or ageing skin. Packed with vitamin E and antioxidants to protect skin from sun damage. Soaks into the skin creating a smooth and soft barrier that seals in moisture. The fatty acids support the structure and tightness of your skin. Shea butter also aids in natural collagen production and hence helps to keep the skin plump and smooth, thereby aiding in anti-ageing.
- Glycerin- attracts moisture to the skin. Acts as an emollient, making skin moist, soft and supple
Vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, no microbeads, no fillers, no artificial colours or dyes, no parabens, no synthetic ingredients.
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