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Suki Skincare HydraCycle - Hydrating Body Oil 100ml

Suki Skincare HydraCycle - Hydrating Body Oil 100ml
Product description
A hydrating body oil that perfectly moisturises the skin all day, absorbs quickly and does not feel sticky: meet Suki Hydrating Body Oil. This plant-based body oil, which includes sunflower, safflower and grape seed oils, protects the skin's natural barrier function, keeping it protected from drying out. Allantoin works perfectly for redness and ir...

A hydrating body oil that perfectly moisturises the skin all day, absorbs quickly and does not feel sticky: meet Suki Hydrating Body Oil. This plant-based body oil, which includes sunflower, safflower and grape seed oils, protects the skin's natural barrier function, keeping it protected from drying out. Allantoin works perfectly for redness and irritation.

Ingredients

  • Ceramide Lipid ComplexTM. Suki patented complex with the highest concentration of essential lipids such as sunflower, safflower and grape seed oils. Keeps the skin barrier strong and healthy.
  • Allantoin. Soothes the skin. Hydrates the skin and counteracts irritation.
  • Vitamin E. Protects the skin from external influences and counteracts cell damage.

All benefits

  • Moisturising and nourishing body oil for All skin types
  • With vegetable oils including sunflower, safflower and grape seed oil
  • Soothing allantoin combats redness and irritation
  • Absorbs quickly and does not feel sticky
  • Provides long-lasting hydration
  • Comes in sustainable, recyclable packaging
  • Vegan and cruelty-free
  • Free from alcohol, parabens, synthetic fragrances and colours, mineral oils and sulphates

For whom?
All skin types.

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Product specifications

Article number
858971000150
SKU
SU003C

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