Baobab Carrier Oil 30ml

by Soil
Code
00280590000000
R119.95
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Overview

  • High concentration of essential fatty acids
  • Restores the skin's elasticity and radiance
  • Rich, golden nutty scent
  • Baobab Carrier Oil 30ml

Description

Baobab oil is derived from the seeds of the Baobab tree native to Eastern and Southern Africa. The oil has been used for centuries and is often called one of Africa's best kept secrets. It has a rich, golden colour with a nutty scent. Baobab oil has a high concentration of essential fatty acids. It absorbs quickly without leaving an oily residue and can help to restore the skin's elasticity and radiance on the face and body, and can also alleviate chronic skin conditions such as Psoriasis.

Ingredients

Baobab (Adansonia Digitata) Oil.

Warnings

For external use only. Test locally before application. In case of an allergic reaction, refrain from using this product and consult your doctor.

Directions

Use to moisturize, massage or as bath oil, either on its own or blended with Soil essential oil. Store in a cool, dark place and keep out of direct sunlight.

Dietary Summary

  • Certified Organic
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • South African Made
  • Cruelty Free
  • Suitable For Children
 

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