Body & Hand Lotions
$29.50 – $52.00
Lavender-Infused Lotion – 2.3 oz., 4 oz, & 8 oz.
Filtered Fluoride-Free Water, Almond Oil* (infused with lavender herb*), Aloe Vera*, Cocoa Butter*, Coconut Oil*, Beeswax**, Vitamin E***, Rosemary Antioxidant* (with olive oil*), & Lavender Essential Oil*.
*certified organic | **naturally-processed | ***non-GMO soy
7/11/18 – NEW 4oz bottle. Toss it in your purse, workout bag, or leave it on the counter…you’ll love it! Updated pictures coming soon. ON SALE THROUGH 7/17!
I am so proud of my Pronounce Skincare Body & Hand Lotions, as the original recipe was a long time in the making and underwent several tweaks until I got it just right. These lotions are incredibly hydrating, super smooth when applied, and your skin will literally lap up Pronounce Body & Hand Lotions. My lotions contain the perfect ingredient combination for all skin types.
Seriously, Pronounce Lotions are *truly* some of the most natural lotions you will find out there. A layer of water with the butter and wax helping to seal all of the nourishing goodness in has been ridiculously healing and healthy for my skin and countless others. So Soft and So Nourishing!!!
The ingredients in my handcrafted lotion blends are all healing in nature and help to maintain appropriate levels of skin hydration. These lotions are gentle enough for your baby’s bottom, yet will help repair your worn and rough feet.
Two Sizes: 8oz frosted glass pump bottles and 2.3oz thick-walled glass jars, which travel beautifully.
*Always make sure that you apply your healthy new Pronounce Lotion with clean hands, take care to not get water into your 2.3oz jar, and keep it stored in a cool and dry place with the lid tightly secured. I do not use preservatives (which is a good thing!), only antioxidants Vitamin E and Rosemary Antioxidant. With care taken, your Body & Hand Lotion will last at least 3 months.
*Note: Some teeny-tiny-small flecks of certified organic lavender herb might be found very sparingly in your healthy new Lavender-Infused Lotion. This is a-okay and happens on a rare occasion when we strain out the lavender herb.