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Hand Cream – Olive, Aloe, Dittany & Fennel

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Description

Description

Hand cream with fennel and cretan dittany is based on a system of emulsifiers derived from olive oil. It contains shea and olive butter that nourish skin without leaving an unpleasant greasy feel. The blend of olive oil with avocado oil unsaponifiables moisturize and tone hand skin. Aloe juice combined with fennel and dittany extracts provides hydration and antioxidant protection.

Usage: Apply on hands daily and massage gently. Ideally, use hand cream after each hand washing.

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Volume

30ml (travel size), 100ml

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Payment

You can choose one of the following ways, in order to pay for your purchase at Minoan Life's eshop:

  • Credit card / Prepaid card * 
  • Payment via Paypal account 
  • Cash on Delivery (only for Greece, for delivery via EL.TA. courier)
  • Bank deposit

* Payment is processed by Paypal, but without the need to create a Paypal account.

Delivery

Minoan Life's products can be delivered all around the world, by one of the following ways:

  • UPS courier
  • EL.TA. courier (also for cash on delivery, only for Greece)

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