This refreshing, gently foaming shower gel cleanses to leave your skin feeling wonderfully fresh. The revitalising herbal infusion of dried rosemary, lemon, and pine oils leaves your skin beautifully fragrant, while chamomile and wild-harvested elderflower condition your skin.
- Refreshes and cleanses
- Revitalising herbal infusion
- Gently foaming gel
Apply sparingly to damp skin using a gentle cleansing action.
Aqua (Water), Lauryl glucoside, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Alcohol denat.*, Glycerin*, Calendula officinalis (Marigold) flower extract*, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) extract*, Propolis extract*, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) oil*, Citrus limonum (Lemon) peel oil expressed*, Pinus sylvestris (Pine) leaf oil*, Chamomilla recutita (Chamomile) flower extract*, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) flower extract*, Sambucus nigra (Elder) flower extract*, Levulinic acid, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
*Organically produced ingredient. Natural constituent of essential oils listed. Made with 63% organic ingredients.
Bottle: 100% recycled (PCR) PET plastic. Recycle with plastics, usually in your kerbside recycling, or at household waste recycling centres.
Label: Peel off the bottle or jar, double over and recycle with plastic bags.
Lid: Plastic. These are made from PP and are recyclable but not all local authorities accept them yet. Please check with your local authority if they can be disposed of in kerbside recycling or at a collection point. For plastic containers the lid can remain on.
As part of our commitment to making all our packaging reusable, compostable or recyclable by 2025, we’re taking steps to replace all our current black lids and caps to a version that is easier to detect at recycling plants. This product is among those that have changed to our new lids. Made with non-carbon black pigment, the lids are more likely to be recycled when sorted with plastics. We advise customers check local recycling to determine correct sorting. We’ll be changing more of our black lids and caps used on our bottles, tubes and jars over the next year, in the meantime we suggest that customers check with their local authority where these can be recycled.