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Roger & Gallet Fleur d'Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream


Size : 30 ml

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Crème pour les mains Fleur d'Osmanthus, FLEUR D'OSMANTHUS - Roger&Gallet

Roger & Gallet

Fleur d'Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream

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Enriched with shea butter, Fleur d’Osmanthus Hand and Nail Cream is absorbed quickly to provide lasting hydration. Apricot kernel oil is blended with shea butter and the product helps to sooth and soften skin. Intensely protects hands and nails. Massage into hands and nails in the morning and throughout the day as needed.


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Main ingredients

Mandarin, grapefruit, benzoin essential oils.
Les ingrédients de Fleur d'Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream : principes actifs

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Les ingrédients de Fleur d'Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream : composition


No Parabens
Alcohol free
Soap free
No art colourings
No aluminium salts
Sulphate free
No mineral oils

How to use

Fleur d'Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream

Squeeze a small pearl of the cream onto your hand and gently massage into skin until it has been absorbed.

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"Hi I get cheilitis very often and would like to know which lip balm is the most suitable for my sensitive lips. Thanks"


I would start by having a look at La Roche-Posay's Nutritic Lips as this will help soothe and hydrate your lips throughout the day. However, as this product isn't specifically formulated for your concern; it may be beneficical for you to contact your local GP in order to be prescribed something that will help you frther in regards to the inflamatory side. I hope this helps.
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