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Bee Cosmetics Exfoliating Dead Sea Scrub


Bee Cosmetics Exfoliating Dead Sea Scrub 150ml

Exfoliating scrub with Dead Sea salt crystals to gently remove dead skin cells. Blended with rosehip oil to improve the appearance of stretch marks. Scented with botanical essential oils to balance the skin.

  • Suitable for body, hands and feet
  • Deep cleansing and moisturising properties
  • Exfoliating mineral rich Dead Sea salt

    About Bee Cosmetics

    Bee Cosmetics' range of natural & organic skincare is handmade in the UK and made with botanical oils and butters with natural skin care benefits, combined with honey, beeswax and propolis collected from their hives across Sussex.

    Active ingredients

    DEAD SEA SALT Rich in magnesium and calcium, improves skin hydration and provides exfoliation to remove dead skin cells

    ROSEHIP OIL A luxurious oil, improves skin hydration, natural source of retinoic acid (retinol is commonly used in anti-ageing products)

    ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND Invigorating and toning oils of rosemary, geranium and lavender

    HONEY AND BEESWAX Provide soothing and skin softening properties, promotes skin hydration

    Directions for use: Apply to dry or damp skin and rub in circular motions. Rinse away to feel super soft and smooth. Can be used on hands and body. Avoid face, sensitive areas and broken skin.

    Ingredients: 96% natural origin. Sodium Chloride (Dead Sea Salt), Prunus Dulcis (Almond Oil), Polysorbate 80 (Emulsifier), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Mel (Honey), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender), Rosa Canina Fruit Oil (Rosehip Seed Oil), Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary), Pelargonium Roseum Asperum (Geranium), Tocopherol (Vit E), C177289 (Green Mineral Colour), Citronellol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool (naturally found in essential oils). ​​​​​​

    Packaging: Aluminium lid: widely recycled. Plastic base: widely recycled

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