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Rose, Buttermilk and Pumice Face Exfoliator 50g-NZ Native Oils Ltd

Rose, Buttermilk and Pumice Face Exfoliator 50g

$30.00

This lovely Rose, Buttermilk and Pumice exfoliator, is handmade from premium natural and organic ingredients at our Kapiti boutique natural skincare workshop.  This exfoliator is presented in a frosted glass and wood recyclable 50 gram container.

We make only small batches of each of our skincare products at a time to ensure that the product you are purchasing is fresh.

List of Ingredients:
Rose Hydrosol, Organic Oils of Macadamia, Almond, Castor and Jojoba, Rose Essential Oil, Buttermilk, Ground Pumice Stone, Glycerine, Xantham Gum, Caprylic/Capric Triclyceride, Stearic Acid, Olivem 1000, Geogard Ultra.

Rose Essential Oil is a powerful skin care oil due to its moisturising and potent antioxidant properties. It comforts dry, irritated areas. Helps balance moisture levels in the skin. Promotes an even skin tone.  High in antioxidants that protect the skin from damage. Useful on sensitive and aging skin.

Pumice is hard enough to exfoliate yet soft enough to not damage skin. Pumice-based scrubs exfoliate without needing help from chemistry...pumice stands as a proven and effective replacement for microbeads in cosmetic products while doing no harm to the environment. In brief, pumice is a lightweight, frothy stone formed from volcanic activity.

Buttermilk is great If you want to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.  The
lactic acid that buttermilk contains has been used synthetically in many anti aging products to remove the extra layers of dead skin.  It also contains healthy fats that moisturise the skin so it wont be dried out when you're done.  It's also great if you're trying to lighten your skin from age spots / dark spots on the skin / liver spots, the way it naturally lifts those dead layers of skin helps to even out the skin's tone and texture.

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