Hydrating, nourishing & softening vegan hand balm
Softening and hydrating, this nourishing hand moisturiser is packed with moisture rich mango butter, organic borage, jojoba and calendula oils for their healing and replenishing qualities. The oils offer protection and aromatherapeutic benefits and rice bran wax gives the balms firmness and grip, sealing in the goodness and moisture-giving properties of the natural oils.
Leaves your hands and nails feeling soothed and cared for without leaving a greasy residue.
As with all Scence products, their natural, vegan hand creams are cruelty-free, plastic-free moisturisers made by hand in the UK.
Directions: Use daily as required, a small pea sized amount goes a very long way and it will melt directly on contact. It’s a wonderful silky feeling! Massage in to hands, nails and arms. Really good for dry elbows.
Ingredients: Mango butter, calendula oil (extract in sunflower seed oil), organic jojoba oil, organic borage oil, illipe butter, rice bran wax, natural vitamin E, rose geranium essential oil. Naturally occurring in essential oils: Citronellol, geraniol, linalool
Care: Please look after your product by storing it in a cool, dry place. Natural balms will soften in warm temperatures above 30 degrees but will become firm again if cooled.
Your paper container tube or jar may darken with the natural oils of your balm as you use it, developing a deeper patina. This is normal and doesn’t affect the quality of your balm. You can recycle or compost after use.
Use within 24 months of purchase. Discontinue use if adverse reaction occurs.
Scence Natural Skincare is handcrafted in Cornwall, UK. They create amazing vegan certified skincare products. All ingredients are ethically sourced, natural & nourishing, and most are organic. From choosing the highest quality ingredients, to keeping their products free from parabens, aluminium and any other nasties, Scence are committed to creating products that do good, with no compromise.
Scence operate from a solar-powered factory and generate most of their own electricity. They also offset their carbon emissions by supporting such programmes.