Polaar The Genuine Lapland Soft Hands Cream

Polaar The Genuine Lapland Soft Hands Cream
Polaar The Genuine Lapland Soft Hands Cream
New
£13.30
50 ml
Code: PLR05495 | Over 5 pcs in stock
1
DPD
Tuesday 22/06/2021
In-store collection
Tuesday 22/06/2021

Description Polaar The Genuine Lapland
Characteristics

Polaar The Genuine Lapland cream moisturises your hands perfectly and gives them the nourishment they need.

Characteristics:

  • hydrates and nourishes the skin
  • regenerates
  • leaves the skin soft and smooth
  • is absorbed quickly

Ingredients:

  • contains a minimum of 96% ingredients of natural origin

How to use:
Apply hand cream as needed and massage until the cream is absorbed.

Characteristics

Skin type
all skin types
Active ingredients
vitamin C, vitamin E

About the brand Polaar

A land covered in snow, with the most beautiful wild nature inhabited by polar bears. This is the birth place of Polaar, whose philosophy combines top-quality cosmetics with a concern for the environment. 

Polaar was founded by Daniel Kurbiel, a son of polar explorers, who started as a teenager joining his parents on their expeditions for the far North. This is where started his fascination with the Arctic plants and their ability to survive in extreme conditions. This French brand uses till 98% of natural ingredients from the Arctic (Siberian Ginseng, Nunatak Flowers, Artic Berries) to enhance your beauty with unique textures and incomparable fragrances. Polaar cosmetics are free of alcohol, parabens, and mineral oils. Cruelty free and vegan they are adapted to all skin types, even the most sensitive.

All the brand’s products are manufactured in an ethical fashion and with a regard for the environment. Polaar collaborates with a range of scientific organisations that protect the polar nature. Thanks to that, you can rest assured that every cream, mask, or other Polaar product respects the Arctic ecosystem as well as your skin.

Let’s explore a world rich in rare active ingredients combining effectiveness, pleasure and naturality.

 

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