Treat dry, lackluster or distressed skin with Laila London with Rosehip & Marula body balm. Infused with Vitamin C-rich African Marula Oil, this balm will rehydrate your skin, help renew cells and restore a youthful radiance by minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can calm irritation caused by itching or eczema while smoothing out the texture of these problem areas. Suitable for all skin types Enriched with botanical extracts of Marshmallow, Calendula and Neroli, Lander Rose Geranium and Chamomile Essential Oils.
Paraben and preservative free, luxurious body balm with Rosehip & Marula Oil Shea Butter & Coconut with nourishing oils of, grapeseed oil, sunflower, rosehip to hydrate and replenish lost moisture.
Raw Unrefined Shea Butter – Very good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, B Vitamins and plant compounds such as Cinnamic acid & Triterpenemoisture protecting, anti-oxidant, soothing a perfect ingredient for cellulite control
Packed with skin botanical herbs of mallow, Comfrey, Plantain, caledula, chamomile, Nettle & lavender
The anti-ageing secret from Africa: Marula oil, packed with all-natural vitamin C and antioxidants, has the beauty world buzzing. Been used by the Ovambo women in northern Namibia for generations. Famed for its skin smoothing and moisturising properties High levels of anti-oxidants help maintain youthful looking skin Ingredients known to target both early and stubborn cellulite. The oil, which is extracted from kernels in its stones, contains four times as much Vitamin C as oranges and is packed with omega-9 fatty acid, vitamin E and flavonoids. Marula-oil-packed-natural-benefits.
Rosehip – Independent clinical studies show Certified Organic Rosehip Oil helps improve the appearance of scars, stretchmarks. – linoleic acid (omega- 6 fatty acid) which can play a role in the structure of the membranes of the cells – oleic acid (omega-9 fatty acid) which is considered as keeping skin supple and moist – linolenic acid (omega-3 fatty acid) is a good skin moisturiser – antioxidants, beta-carotene, lycopene and vitamin C, which are important for protection from free radical damage.