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Geranium Body Lotion

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Geranium Body Lotion

Regular price $40.00
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250ml
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Therapeutic Body Lotion 

Egyptian Geranium & Blood Orange

Harnessing the moisturizing power of aloe vera and our marine algae extract, this non-greasy, therapeutic lotion restores the skin's natural moisture levels, leaving it feeling silky-soft. Loaded with active natural ingredients this lotion not only revitalizes the skin but also nourishes the deeper layers of the epidermis. 

Lightly scented with therapeutic essential oil of Egyptian Geranium paired with blood orange giving it a fresh, herbaceous and stimulating smell.

250ml

Active Ingredients:

Natural aloe vera juice: an ingredient praised in Ayurvedic medicine for its moisturizing and nourishing properties.

Squalane: a botanical lipid that naturally mirrors the skin’s molecular structure.

Chlorella: freshwater algae rich in amino acids, iron, vitamins A, B, and C and packed with chlorophyll.

 

INGREDIENT



Ingrédients/ingredients: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, mangifera indica (mangue/mango) seed butter, glycine betaine beta vulgaris (sucre de bétrave/beet sugar) extract, natural emulsifying wax NF, vitis vinifera (raisin/grape) seed oil, chanvre/hemp seed oil, olive squalane, Zizyphus jujuba (Jujube) Fruit Extract, Macrocystis pyrifera (varech de mer/Sea Kelp) Extract, chlorella vulgaris Extract, athae officinalis (marshmallow) Root Extract, glycérine végétale/vegetable glycerin, gluconolactone (and) sodium benzoate (agents de conservation naturels/natural preservatives), tocopherol (vitamin E), cetyl alcohol, pelargonium graveolens (geranium) oil, citrus sinensis (orange sanguine/blood orange) oil, Pogostemon Cablin Leaf Oil

 

Apprenti Ôr’ganik’s home is on ancestral land rich of stories, struggles and knowledges. I acknowledge that we operate on unceded Indigenous lands of the traditional territory of both the Kanien’kehá:ka, “Mohawk,” and the Anishinabeg, “Algonquin,” peoples. I am grateful for the opportunity to live here. As guest, we thanks the many generations who have taken care of this land and these waters. And we honour the land, water, animals, and the continued efforts of the Indigenous people working to protect them

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