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Dried Rose Petals Herb Size: 50g
Dried Rosehip Shells Size: 50g
Dried Rosehip Shells Herb Size: 50g
2.5ml of Rose (Rosa damascena) essential oil in a brown amber bottle with an integral dropper. Size: 2.5ml NOTE: THIS IS PURE ROSE OIL WHICH IS ONE OF...
Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) essential oil (3%) diluted in Jojoba Oil in a brown amber bottle with an integral dropper. Size: 10ml Latin Name: rosa...
A carrier (or base) oil (Rosa canina). Size: see drop down list. A rich nourishing oil used for damaged tissue. It is normally diluted with other carrier oils.
For normal to dry skin. This pampering body lotion stimulates the skin's regenerative processes and helps to maintain its natural elasticity. size: 200ml
Pure luxury. Light, easily absorbed body oil with musk rose to deep nourish and protect the skin. size: 100ml
A nourishing, quickly absorbed cream to stimulate and protect normal to dry skin. Oils of musk rose, peach kernal and almond protect, revitalise and...
Light, smoothing moisturiser for normal and combination skin that counteracts fine lines, dryness and dull skin. A lighter alternative to Wild Rose...
A replenishing cream to deep-nourish during nightly repair phase. Sedum purpureum, equisetum and myrrh protect against loss of vitality while oils of musk...
A light fragrance-free cream for special care of the delicate eye area. Revitalising wild rose oil and extract of sedum purpureum help rejuvenate, diminish...
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