Desert Essence Organics Repair products
deliver a high concentration of organic oils and organic extracts
which provide intense moisturization to the skin and aid in the
repair process. As organic jojoba oil is similar in structure to
our skin’s oils, it is able to deeply penetrate the skin, leaving
it soft and supple. Organic pumpkin seed oil, with high levels of
vitamins A, C, E and K, plus zinc, helps to combat daily
environmental stress on the hands. A proprietary blend of organic
pumpkin seed and licorice leaf extracts helps to even skin tone and
fade the appearance of age spots on the hands. Gluten-free! 4 oz.
tube is $7.99.
Ingredients: Aqueous infusion of
certified organic extracts: pumpkin seed extract and licorice leaf
extract, certified organic pumpkin seed oil, certified organic
jojoba seed oil, vegetable glycerin, emulsifying wax, stearic acid
(vegetable-based), carbomer, sodium hydroxide, potassium sorbate,
potassium gluconate, phenoxyethanol, proprietary blend of essential
Average Rating: (From 5 Reviews):
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From Anonymous of New Rochelle, New York on .
this product contains a known cancer causing ingredient:
Is it worth it?!
From Amanda Kraemer of Burlington, Connecticut on .
Rich, yet dries to a non-greasy finish. Light fragrance is not overwhelming.
My favorite hand lotion
From Anonymous of Fort Riley, Kansas on .
I love this lotion. I like the sweet, kind of spicy smell. The texture is nice, like pudding. My hands feel supple after appying (right after washing), although I do have to keep reapplying with frequent washing. I even used it on my legs because my milky-textured lotion wasn't doing the trick, and I liked the results. I think I want to try the foot cream next.
From Emma of Espoo, Finland on .
This is an amazing cream. It really moisturizes without leaving a waxy or excessively greasy feel, while seemingly speeding up the healing of small cuts and even reducing inflammation.
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From Corey of Blacksburg, Virginia on .
Smells good--almost too sweet. Not very thick--don't know what makes it specifically "repair" cream, but I like it.