Solidarity Hand Cream Hibiscus Scent

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    SKU: 01CM030K21

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    $12.00

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    Ideal for

    • Nourishing and protecting skin
    • Soft hands

    Application area

    Warm a generous amount of cream between the hands, then gently massage into the palms, back of the hands, nails and cuticles (twice a day).

    100% of profits* made from this Solidarity Hand Cream will fund projects for women in Burkina Faso, focusing on education for girls, microfinance, professional development and entrepreneurship, thanks to the support of the L’OCCITANE Foundation. Rich in shea butter (20%), this hand cream helps nourish, protect and soften the hands.

    Organic Shea Butter

    Organic Shea Butter

    Rich in fatty acids and unsaponifiable, Shea Butter is an ideal beauty ingredient that has been used for centuries by women in Sub-saharan Africa to nourish and protect their skin and hair. The international success of L’Occitane’s shea butter products can be shared with several thousand Burkinabé women, who are committed to developing a sustainable, fair trade shea butter supply chain.

    AQUA/WATER - BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER - GLYCERIN - DIMETHICONE - CETEARYL ALCOHOL - GLYCERYL STEARATE - HYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER - COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL - BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS (RAPESEED) STEROLS - ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT - HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL - PEG-100 STEARATE - CETEARETH-33 - SORBITAN ISOSTEARATE - POLYSORBATE 60 - ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN - PHENOXYETHANOL - BENZOIC ACID - DEHYDROACETIC ACID - SODIUM HYDROXIDE - PARFUM/FRAGRANCE - LINALOOL - LIMONENE

    The Women of Burkina Faso

    Did you know? L'OCCITANE has been working in partnership with women's cooperatives in Burkina Faso. In 1980, there were fewer than 100 women. Now there are over 10,000. We have long admired the women of Burkina Faso whose skill in making shea butter has been passed down from one generation to the next. 

     

    The Women of Burkina Faso

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