Iva Natura Moisturizing Hand Cream
This company has absolute love for its Anatolian-Turkish home, and was determined to boost your skin with as many of this region’s remarkable extracts as possible in their intensive hand cream. Fragrant Orange Blossom Oil and Sambucus Ebulus Flower are considered to soothe and tone skin. Meanwhile, Myrtle, Thyme and Rose are used to contour and stimulate, while Olive and Argan Oils diffuse and seal hydration. Overall, the perfectly balanced formula of the Moisturizing Hand Cream nourishes your hands, enhancing their natural beauty.
The Iva Natura Moisturizing Cream is perfectly crafted to lovingly care for your skin. Use as often as you like but ideally at least once a day, apply a fine layer across your hands and fingers. Massage in, aiming for even coverage. Read through all the ingredients before applying.
Aqua, Rosa Damascena (Rose) Flower Distillate*, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride**, Cetearyl Alcohol**, Glyceryl Stearate Se**, Glyceryl Stearate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate**, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil*, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil*, Benzyl Alcohol (And) Dehydroacetic Acid**, Sodium Benzoate**, Citrus Reticulata (Antalya Mandarin Blossom) Fruit Extract (AP), M. Parviflorum Subsp. (AP), Sambucus Ebulus Flower Extract (AP), Citric Acid**, Propanediol (1) (And) Lecithin (2) **, Myrtus Communis*, Thymus Vulgaris*
*Organic Certificated **Approved For Organic Cosmetic AP:Anatolian Plant
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I have used loads of hand moisturizers before. This one is brilliant as it is not greasy, quickly absorbs, and non-sticky. It really makes my hands feel smoother and softer. Truly recommended!
Very good on my dry skin and eczema, skin feels very soft and far less dry. Plus no irritation, probably due to high amounts of natural ingredients. Excellent product.
Really hydrates your hands and smoothes them without stickinesse or greasiness.