Dream Cream Self-Preserving
Oat and lavender cult classic
What’s in it for you?
This self-preserving version of our best-selling body lotion wants to gently nurse your skin back to health. Made with every calming ingredient we could get our hands on (and no artificial preservatives), Dream Cream’s cult blend of oat milk, chamomile and lavender may just be our worst kept secret for sore skin. This self-preserving version of the original body cream is formulated with over 25% organic extra virgin olive oil, which helps the skin barrier retain moisture. It gives this cream a slightly richer feel and helps to seal in moisture - though it’s still a lovely, light alternative to the heavy creams available for treating dry skin, delivering hydration without the stickiness.
What’s in it for the world?
The Fair Trade and organic cocoa butter from the Dominican Republic, Peru and Sierra Leone inside is 100% traceable, meaning we can be sure no child labour is involved in our supply chain. Sourcing beautiful rose absolute and rose water made from damask roses grown in Senir, Turkey, also supports Turkish communities that value traditional rose-harvesting techniques and offer Syrian refugees fairly paid employment. By choosing this self-preserving formula, you are also removing preservatives that could bioaccumulate in our water systems from production.
Read more about our microbiome-friendly skincare here.
How to use:
Apply generously to very dry skin, or simply all over the body to keep your skin feeling dreamy. Lovely after you’ve been in the sun too.
*occurs naturally in essential oils.
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