PHB Ethical Beauty - Aloe Vera Hero gel for skin and hair

- Contains organic Aloe Vera.
- Without perfume.
- For all types of skin and hair, skins prone to eczema and for babies.
- Unisex.

17,99€ IVA Incl.
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Expiration date: 12M after first use
Product No stock Content: 150.00 ml Ref: PHB-89006
Product features:

Aloe Vera Hero gel is a multifunctional moisturizer ideal for dry skin. Its light formula is quickly absorbed into the skin and is perfect for those skins that need more hydration in their daily care routine.

It is suitable for all types of skin and hair, suitable for all ages, including babies, and is safe to use during pregnancy. In addition, the product does not contain perfumes or essential oils.

Aloe vera has a refreshing effect. Its regenerative properties help to relieve small burns, inflammations, cuts or wounds, as well as acne symptoms.

Its high content of proteins, vitamins and minerals helps to nourish the hair and provides hydration.

How to use:

- For the skin: Use as a moisturizer for the whole body or apply directly to the problem areas. Massage a thin layer of gel on the skin.

- For hair: Massage directly on the scalp to counteract itching. Work on the ends and ends of the hair with your fingers to give them the desired finish.

 

  • Natural.
  • Organic.
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty free.
  • Handmade.
  • Halal certification.
  • Without palm oil.
  • Without parabens.


Note: It is recommended to test the product in an inconspicuous area of the skin before use to rule out intolerances or allergies. If irritation appears, suspend its use immediately.

Only for external use. Avoid direct eye contact.



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