• Odylique Spot-on Serum
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Odylique Spot-on Serum


Use this targeted serum packed with superpower botanicals to aid the repair of blemishes, breakouts, minor skin damage, stings or bites.

This potent, skin friendly, organic anti-bacterial and anti-fungal lotion helps fight infection and promotes speedy healing. It is light, non-greasy and contains a highly concentrated blend of aloe vera, healing herbs, and essential oils. Has shown excellent results in treating acne, (alongside Odylique Lemon & Tea Tree Purifying Wash), spots, minor wounds & burns, stings, bites, nappy rash, athlete's foot, and other yeast infections.

Can be used on children from 6 months in age to cool stings, bites etc.

How to use: Apply to affected areas 2-4 times a day as required. Store cool. Margaret's Tip: Can be used on spots, bites, grazes etc.

Skin Type: All. 

Organic: 95% Organic. 100% Natural

Handmade: Yes

Made in: UK

Packaging: Recyclable.

Sizes: available in 60ml, 20ml


INCI: Aqua, Olea europaea oil*, Cocos nucifera oil*, Melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil*, Lavandula hybrida oil*, Zinc oxide, Alcohol*, Cetearyl glucoside, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder*, Calendula officinalis flower extract*, Echinacea purpurea extract*, Citrus limon oil*, Pogostemon cablin oil*, Lactic acid, Cetearyl alcohol, Xanthan gum, limonene* & linalool* (in the essential oils).

Plain English: Aloe vera juice*, Extra virgin olive oil*, Coconut oil*, Essential oils of Lavender*, Lemon*, Patchouli* and Tea tree*, Mineral zinc (non-nano), Sugarcane alcohol* (please note that we do not add any alcohol to the product - there is a very small amount of organic alcohol residue contained in one of the ingredients; a biodynamic herbal tincture. By law, this must be listed on the product label.) Herbal extracts of Calendula* and Echinacea*, Plant origin moisturizers, and emulsifiers.

*Organically grown & produced (95%)





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