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Travel - White Mallow Face Cream

gentle face cream to nourish and calm skin prone to irritation

0.34 FL OZ | Price: US$3.50

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Travel - White Mallow Face Cream

How to use

Gently apply to baby's face daily. Dermatologically proven to be skin-friendly on highly sensitive skin.

gentle face cream to nourish and calm skin prone to irritation

Sensitive skin - Fragrance free

Awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance™, this fragrance-free face cream, made with 97% organic ingredients, was specially formulated to nourish and relieve itching caused by dryness. Organic white mallow and organic pansy extracts work together to moisturize and calm highly sensitive skin. . Organic sweet almond oil and organic sesame seed oil, both rich in soothing vitamin E and essential fatty acids, nourish delicate skin and protect from dryness.

Tip: Use this cream at least twice a day on sensitive skin to help soothe, protect and moisturize. Also suitable for sensitive adult skin

Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) Extract

Commonly referred to as Myrrh, this aromatic bitter gum resin comes from various trees within the Commiphora Family, particularly in East Africa and Arabia. Myrrh was used in ancient days as an ingredient in incense and perfumes. It is also well known as a topical stimulant and disinfectant, and it possesses anti-inflammatory properties.

Spearmint (Mentha Viridis) Leaf Oil

Commonly referred to as Spearmint, the thin leaves of this plant emit a spicy aroma and taste. It is not, however, cooling like Peppermint. Spearmint is comprised of a high quanity of essential oils, as well as tannins and flavonoids. It contains both refreshing and toning properties.

Oak (Quercus robur)

Oak is rich in calcium and supports the action of Calcarea carbonica in Calciodoron-PM. It is used in Lobelia compound for constriction of chest (see A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Clarke, MD, 3rd ed. 1987, vol.III, p. 943). In Marjoram Compound, it is used for its astringent and blood coagulating effect (see Pharma Natura, S.A., 1996).