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Lyonsleaf

Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream

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Award winning, 100% natural, calming emollient suitable for adults and children over 3 years. Use to calm any skin in need of TLC.

Hand-made and potent. Visibly orange with 20% Lyonsleaf's own calendula macerated oil, made from flowers grown (without the use of artificial chemicals) at their farm in Somerset.

Skin Type : All

Made in: UK

Handmade: Yes

Free From: Emulsifiers, Preservatives, colour and fragrance

Contains: Linalool

Natural: 100% 

Ingredients: (10)

prunus amygdalus dulcis [cold pressed almond oil] • butyrospermum parkii [organic shea butter] • prunus armeniaca [cold pressed apricot kernel oil] • calendula officinalis • [calendula flower extract] • borogo officinalis [cold pressed borage oil] • tocopherol [vitamin E oil] • juniperus communis[juniper essential oil] • boswellia serrata [frankincense essential oil] • lavendula angustifiolia [lavender essential oil] • pelargonium graveolens[geranium essential oil] note: the essential oils naturally contain: citral, citronellol, eugenol, geraniol, limonene, linolool

Award winning, 100% natural, calming emollient suitable for adults and children over 3 years. Use to calm any skin in need of TLC.

Hand-made and potent. Visibly orange with 20% Lyonsleaf's own calendula macerated oil, made from flowers grown (without the use of artificial chemicals) at their farm in Somerset.

Lyonsleaf calendula cream is water-free and a small pot goes a lot further than you may expect. 

How to use:

Rub a small amount of Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream between your fingers then apply to your face (including eye area) and/or body as required, massaging in well until it has been absorbed into the skin. For best results use after a bath or shower.

 

Not suitable for infants under 36 months.

• Not suitable for those with a nut allergy.

• Not suitable for those with a the daisy or aster family, (known as Asteraceae or Compositae or an Sesquiterpene Lactone allergy).

 

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