Help your skin have a comfy stretch with our Organic Mint & Lemongrass Body Cream. Handmade with Aloe Vera, shea butter and cocoa butter, it’s one up from a basic moisturiser: humectants and emollients work to repair and soothe the tiny cracks which lead to your skin feeling rough and looking flaky.

Perfect for hand and body, you will notice the repair to damage from pollution and temperature changes. However tight your skin feels, the combination of organic shea butter, cocoa butter, may chang and aloe vera will deeply nourish without weighing it down, leaving your skin able to stretch and look healthy and radiant.

Scented with a refreshing blend of essential oils: Hampshire mint, organic lime &  lemongrass. For more about lemongrass essential oils, read: https://www.healthline.com/health/lemongrass-essential-oil

210ml pump. Container is recycled and recyclable.

Our Organic Mint & Lemongrass Body Cream is also available as a 60ml bottle as part of our weekend set: https://madeinheresouthampton.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=826&action=edit

Sustainability:
Our containers are recycled and recyclable: we use PET plastic which ranks n.1 for energy efficiency when recycling. Do remember to rinse and recycle our bottles.
There is also a growing trend to upcycle PET containers.

Read this from Wikipedia: PET bottles are also recycled as-is (re-used) for various purposes, including for use in school projects, and for use in solar water disinfection in developing nations, in which empty PET bottles are filled with water and left in the sun to allow disinfection by ultraviolet radiation. PET is useful for this purpose because many other materials (including window glass) that are transparent to visible light are opaque to ultraviolet radiation.[13]
A novel use is as a building material in third-world countries. According to online sources, the bottles, in a labor-intensive process, are filled with sand, then stacked and either mudded or cemented together to form a wall. Some of the bottles can be filled instead with air or water, to admit light into the structure.

£12.50