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Viridian Organic Balm with Oregon Grape Root - 100g

£16.50 165 reward points

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This product will be in stock on 09/12/2016

Vegetarian 

Product code: 1882

Description

Viridian Organic Balm with Oregon Grape Root and Shea Butter is a useful balm, supportive in skin health. Berberine, a key alkaloid constituent found in Oregon grape root and other herbs such as Goldenseal, has a long history of use in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. The berberine alkaloid can be found in the roots, rhizomes, and stem bark of the plants. Berberine extracts and decoctions have demonstrated giving significant support to dry skin. It also supports a normal response to microbial activity on the skin`s surface.

Soil Association Certified Organics:

These products are certified to meet the Soil Association’s exacting standards for organic food and farming and are organically-grown avoiding the use of chemical sprays or artificial fertilisers. Organic farming is kinder to the environment, better for you and supports smaller growers.

VIRIDIAN PURITY: 100% Active ingredients. This traditional balm is free from artificial anything. Non-irradiated. Against animal testing.

Contents

100g Balm

Ingredients

Ingredients

Helianthus annuus seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil, Cera flava, Butyrospermum parkii, Mahonia aquifolium root extract, Stellaria media extract, Calendula officinalis flower ext, Rosmarinus officinalis extract, Anthemis nobilis flower oil, Farnesol.

Usage

Usage Guide:

Apply to skin as required. External use only

Notes

Contraindications:

Not recommended during pregnancy

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