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We’re very proud to say that our moisturiser is free from parabens, petrolatum, mineral oil, synthetic fragrances, artificial colourants, sodium laureth or lauryl sulphate, xenoestrogens, phtalates, PEGs or glycols.
Where possible, ingredients are home grown or sourced from within the UK.
Beeswax is sourced locally from a handful of beekeepers so as not to overdeplete supplies.
The Vitamin E is Natural.
No, and no.
The tallow is rendered so that it doesn’t have a scent and the essential oils add a light, floral scent to all products.
Tallow is much less greasy than coconut oil or shea butter and is absorbed directly into the skin.
We recommend using products within 6 months of opening. When stored in a cool, dark place, this can be extended to 12 months but don’t forget about it!
Shelf-life will be reduced if exposed to a warm, sunny spot.
No. (Products have however been used as treatment FOR animals and this has been effective on cattle with mastitis and sheep with sore bits too).
Packaging is simple and no frills. All parts of the packaging are recyclable.
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