St John's Wort Hydrating Oil
Oh, no! I got sunburnt!
Soothes mild sunburn. Excellent for sensitive and irritated skin and soothes, softens and tones skin.
MARNYS® St John's Wort Hydrating Body Oil conditions and repairs skin, and helps soothe mild sunburn. 100% natural cosmetics, certified in line with Soil Association standards.
- 100% plant-based body oil.
- Olive oil blended with St John's Wort, improves skin's natural cell renewal.
- Great source of oleic acid, which naturally helps regenerate and nourish skin.
- Extra care to calm skin instantly.
- Maintains skin elasticity.
- Apply directly to extremely dry, sensitive and irritated skin.
- Helps soothe mild sunburn.
- Base oil for essential oils.
- Suitable for vegans
Vegetable squalene highly resembles the skin given its similarity to the skin's natural lipids. Powerful antioxidants, tocopherol (vitamin E) and β-sitosterol, which help the skin absorb other compounds. Results are improved, achieving softer and more flexible skin.
✓ No Parabens
✓ No Synthetic colours
✓ No Synthetic fragrances
✓ No Polyethylene glycol (PEG)
✓ No Mineral oil/Paraffin
✓ No animal-derived ingredients
✓ Not tested on animals
✓ Recyclable packaging
Olea europaea fruit oil, Hypericum perforatum flower/leaf/stem extract, Glycine soja oil, Tocopherol, Beta-sitosterol, Squalene.
HOW TO USEGently massage oil into skin (undiluted or blended with other essential oils).
PRESENTATION50 ml spray bottle
ALSO LIKED THESE PRODUCTS
LEARN WITH MARNYS®
Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids are important in regulating the functions of the brain, heart, membrane, retina, liver, kidneys, skin and mucous membranes, among others. In other words, they are essential for the maintenance of health. They have cardioprotective and neuroprotective action and especially the Omega-3 are essential for the development of children and during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Discover how Omega-3 fatty acids contribute to your health.
Hyaluronic Acid is increasingly popular in beauty and wellness treatments. It is a component naturally present in our body, essential to maintain hydration in organs such as the skin and lubrication in joints, bones and cartilages. However, the passage of time and external factors like Ultraviolet radiation and environmental pollutants reduce the percentage of Hyaluronic Acid in our organism.