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L'Occitane 3 Piece Classic Hand & Foot Cream Essentials

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This hand and foot cream collection from L'Occitane features Shea Butter Hand Cream, Shea Butter Foot Cream and Shea Butter Intense Hand Balm. Boasting rich formulas that work to deeply moisturise your hands and feet, this selection is an essential for helping you achieve beautifully soft, soothed skin.
Contains:
  • 1 x Shea Butter Hand Cream (150ml) - enriched with 20% shea butter and blended with almond, coconut oil and honey, this rapidly-absorbing cream works to deeply moisturise your skin and leave them smelling of jasmine and ylang-ylang
  • 1 x Shea Butter Foot Cream (150ml) - infused with shea butter, lavender essential oil and arnica extract, this foot cream helps to hydrate your feet and soothe them of irritation and itchiness
  • 1 x Shea Butter Hand Balm (150ml) - an intensive formula with 25% shea butter, which helps to deeply moisturise your hands and relieve very dry skin
How to use:
Shea Butter Hand Cream:
  • Onto cleansed, dry hands, apply this hand cream by massaging it in with your fingers until it has been completely absorbed
Shea Butter Foot Cream:
  • Onto cleansed, dry feet, apply this foot cream by massaging it in with your hands until it has completely absorbed
Shea Butter Hand Balm:
  • Apply to your dry hands daily
  • Or, to use it as a hand mask, apply a thick layer of it twice weekly and leave it for 10 minutes, before massaging the excess into your skin
L'Occitane's range of luxurious beauty products are made in traditional ways using the finest natural ingredients and active botanicals, primarily from Provence, in southern France. L'Occitane seeks to create a harmony that balances sensory pleasure with inner well-being, luxurious textures with beautiful scents, which capture the famous art de vivre of this region.

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