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MURPHY & DAUGHTERS Hand Cream Green Tea from Melbourne


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Aloe vera, shea butter macadamia seed oil, rosehip oil, meadowfoam oil, avocado oil, carrageenan, beta-carotene, vitamin C
75 grams
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MURPHY & DAUGHTERS Green Tea Hand Cream BOADICEA from Melbourne - 75 grams

  • Ingredients: aloe vera, shea butter macadamia seed oil, rosehip oil, meadowfoam oil, avocado oil, carrageenan, beta-carotene, vitamin C
  • CRUELTY-FREE product
  • Contains no harmful chemicals and is not tested on animals
  • Free from PEG and parabens
  • Weight 75 gms
  • Fragrance Green Tea

Description Murphy & Daughter Green Tea hand cream Boadicea

The Green-Tea-scented Boadicea hand cream has a fresh and revitalising green fragrance with subtly sweet floral high notes.
The Murphy & Daughters creams are made in small batches and blended with the purest ingredients available.The base ingredient is aloe vera. Key components include shea butter for its anti-inflammatory and moisturising properties, macadamia seed oil - an excellent emollient that moisturises and regenerates, rosehip oil, meadowfoam oil, avocado oil, carrageenan, beta-carotene and vitamin C. All these ingredients have remarkable healing, soothing and moisturising properties. They are designed to invigorate, inspire and sharpen your senses.
Perfect for your handbag: take your hand cream with you wherever you go and apply it throughout the day. It's so creamy and nourishing that your skin will feel smooth instantly. Just massage it in; there will be no greasy residue!
The hand creams are package in pretty tubes with a luxurious matching box and make an exquisite gift for friends (or yourself).

Who was Boadicea? 

Boudicca was a Celtic queen who led a major rebellion against Roman rule in 1st-century AD Britain due to her mistreatment by Roman authorities. Nowadays, "Boadicea" is a girl's name derived from the Gaelic word "boudeg," meaning "victory."


Made in Melbourne, Australia

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