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Little Aurelia Comfort and Calm Rescue Cream 50g

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Little Aurelia Comfort and Calm Rescue Cream 50g - Imperfect Box

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Designed for babies and young children, the Little Aurelia from Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Comfort and Calm Rescue Cream blends gentle yet effective botanical ingredients with soothing essential oils.Combining Shea and Mango Butters with comforting extracts of Calendula and Chamomile, the luxurious cream absorbs quickly into skin to replenish dry, itchy and flaky areas in need of repair. Arnica helps to relieve the effects bumps and bruises, whilst antimicrobial pure Silver and Arrowroot nourish and protect.The BioOrganic formula can be applied to dry skin, massaged onto sore bottoms as a nappy cream, or used to soothe cradle cap for long-lasting comfort. Calming Lavender Oil imparts a soft, subtle scent to calm and settle your little one at bath time or before bed.Made in England.Not tested on animals.Free from parabens, mineral oils, sulphates, silicones and synthetic fragrances.

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