Body Lotion | Carina Organics Sweet Pea Daily Hydrating
This product is available for in-store refill with your own container; the options here include the container price as well.
Refill price by weight: $4.25/100g
The Product: A daily moisturizing and hydrating skin cream formulated with natural and certified organic plant, vegetable, flower and tree extracts. Replenishes essential oils and nutrients to dry skin within minutes.
Synthetic free | hypoallergenic | cruelty free | vegan | Canadian made | 100% biodegradable (safe in rivers, lakes and oceans) | Paraben free | Soy free | Gluten free | Dye free | Artificial fragrance free | RSPO Certified | Plastic + waste free | Organic
Ingredients: Filtered Aqua, Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, Pinus banksiana (pine) extract, Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile) flower extract, Urtica dioca (nettle) leaf extract, Taraxacum officinale (dandelion) leaf extract, Trifolium pratense (clover) flower extract, Acetic Acid (Apple Cider Vinegar), Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) seed oil, Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea) flower extract.
The Company: Carina Organics built its company on the use of 100% natural products, full of medicinal organics and completely free of cortisone, steroids, DEA, sulfates, salt, propylene glycol, aluminum, synthetic fragrances, and dyes. Many synthetic ingredients are potentially harmful chemicals used in most beauty related products available on the common market today. They are inexpensive and make the products appear richer in quality by providing either foam enhancing, thickening or moisture retaining properties to the product. These ingredients have undergone extensive testing and many are now recognized as potentially harmful to human health or the environment. Since Carina's inception, replacing chemical and synthetic ingredients with natural and organic plant extracts, essences, and oils has been central to our focus. With a distinct focus on holistic remedies, purity, craft, and quality, all Carina products are manufactured by hand on the North Shore of Vancouver, British Columbia.