Liquorice, Shea Butter, Vitamin E, Jojoba, Marigold Oil.
Licorice has been used for many thousands of years to treat skin ailments. The Greek scholar Theophrastus (287BC) recommended that it was mixed with honey to heal the skin. Rich in glabridin to encourage the skin to create its own strengthening connective tissues and liquiritin, particularly useful for treating melasma.
It is advised to patch test any new skin care products on a small area of normal skin to check for adverse reactions before a full application is applied.
Gently smooth onto skin. It can be used under makeup. Use twice daily.
Care of Product/Storage. Keep in cool conditions such as a fridge. Decant small amounts into a smaller jar for weekly use. The natural preservatives in this cream require long term cool storage.
CAUTION: Allergy to any of the ingredients.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Always store out of the reach of children.
Seek advice from a medical herbalist: email@example.com, your pharmacist or doctor or if you are on medication.
I am very picky about what I can use as a moisturiser as my skin is quiet sensitive to gunk found in a lot of creams. This one, however, is top dog. Good to use both winter and sum... view moremer time. It absorbs brilliantly too. A great cream and I love it! view less
I bought this as a gift for someone's whose hands had been badly damaged by all the hand sanitizers and cleaning etc. This cream has healed her hands within a few days. Would rec... view moreommend. view less
Gentle & Soothing - excellent for Sensitive Skin
Found this cream so soothing and restorative on sensitive skin. It helped repair any broken skin barrier and nourish the skin gently back to good condition. Highly recommended it.