Coconut Oil 100 ml

Coconut Oil 100 ml

The nutritional oil for skin and hair

The nutritional oil for skin and hair. Excellent face and body moisturiser, traditionally used on skin to accelerate tanning in summer (mix with sun cream) and makes hair manageable, flexible, soft and glossy.

AP117 - Coconut Oil 100 ml

MARNYS® Coconut Oil is 100% plant-based oil, extracted by grinding copra (coconut flesh) (Cocos nucifera).

PROPERTIES

  • Nourishes and softens skin.
  • Makes hair manageable, flexible, soft and glossy.
  • Conditions hair.

Traditionally used on skin to accelerate tanning (mix with sun cream).

INGREDIENTS

Cocos nucifera oil.
 

HOW TO USE

Apply to face and/or body as a moisturiser. Apply a small amount of oil to tips of hair before shampooing.

PRESENTATION

100 ml bottle

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6.25 €
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