Body Moisturiser - Cool Rose - Scence

A soothing and nourishing body moisturiser from Scence. Made with organic coconut oil, jojoba oil and mango butter to create a hydrating body balm and lightly fragranced with rose distilled essential oils.

  • ♻️ Plastic free: These natural body moisturisers from Scence come in compostable containers made of cardboard and are totally free from plastic. After you are done with them why not use the pots for seedlings in your garden.
    👐 Handmade: Handcrafted by a small team in Cornwall, UK.
    👩👨 Perfect for both: A great natural moisturiser for both women and men!
    🐇 Vegan: Cruelty free & Vegan.
  • Product weight: 60 grams.
    Total weight: 80 grams.

    Ingredients: Organic coconut oil, mango butter, sunflower wax, organic jojoba oil, rose geranium essential oil.

  • Application: Use after showering. To release the moisturiser push the base firmly into the tube lid. Warm the balm on your skin for 2-3 seconds to melt it, glide the balm over your skin and finally massage in.

    Care: Store in a cool, dry place. Scence natural balms will soften in warm temperatures above 30 degrees but will become firm again if cooled. 

    The paper container tube may darken due to the natural oils as you use it. This is normal and doesn't affect the quality of your balm. Don’t forget, you can compost after use.

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Making Scence

 
 
Krista Taylor - Founder of Scene

Krista Taylor - Founder of Scene

Krista moved to Cornwall as a teenager to study at Falmouth School of Arts and had a career in fine art and design before retraining in complementary therapies.

Qualified in anatomy & physiology, aromatherapy and massage therapies, Krista has been researching, formulating and perfecting the Scence range for over three years alongside developing the fully compostable packaging.

"I have always been interested in natural oils and the efficacy of herbs and felt frustrated that natural skincare was often packaged in single use plastic containers and applicators.

I knew I wasn’t alone in feeling this conflict and felt strongly that the way forward was to develop functional packaging that wouldn't compromise the environment.

At the same time I was making balms for family and friends that suffered from eczema and sensitive skin so was particularly interested in addressing their specific needs and at the same time developing products that didn’t use questionable ingredients."

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