Bath oil no 3 Pomegranate

295.00 kr

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Bath oil no 3 Pomegranate is poured by hand on amber glass reagent bottles with a glass stopper. The bath oil contains moisturizing sweet almond oil as carrier oil. Pomegranate (granatum) extract and flowers can have a strengthening and rebuilding effect on the skin. The fruit extract is rich in anti-oxidants that protect your skin. Vitamin C helps the skin regenerate collagen that increases its elasticity. Natural fruit acids softly exfoliate the skin. Bath oil is also available as no 1 Lavender, no 2 Sea Buckthorn & Birch and no 4 Jasmine & Orange. Weight Ca 105 g Scent The pomegranate fragrance has the woody tones with slightly tart, almost zesty undertones of pomegranate (Punica Granatum) flowers and fruit extract. The formula is balanced with the slightly floral, almost rose-scented sweet-scented Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens). Our products in the Spa series with Pomegranate include bar soap, liquid soap, bath salt, bath oil, salt scrub, body oil and scented candles. Ingredients Prunis Amygdalus Dulcis (Sötmandel) olja, Isopropyl Myristate, Laureth-3, Punica Citrus Reticulata, Litsea Cubeba, Pelargonium Graveolens, Pogostemon Cablin, extrakt av Punica Granatum, Citral, Geraniol, Citronellool, Linalool
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Handmade

All Terrible Twins wheat warmers, heat packs and linen products are pure craftsmanship – they are sewn in Insjön. Our Spa Series is made by hand. Honesty and a natural simplicity are at the heart of the business.

Natural

Terrible Twins make products for natural well-being and beautiful interiors. Our products are made using carefully selected, natural ingredients of the highest quality: organic wheat and pure linen.

Grounded

The products are manufactured locally in close collaboration with local suppliers. The collections are available in our own shop as well as through retailers across the world. The company is based in the heart of the Swedish countryside in the scenic county of Dalarna.