The Ultimate Multi-Tasking Skin Creme!

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I am loving Revolution Organics All-Over Skin Creme you really can use it  all over your body. The creme is thick and luxurious but not oily so it’s safe enough for even your face. The warm cirtusy scent is warm and inviting and leaves your skin lightly scented and super soft. From dry hands and lips to my legs after I shave this is a daily must have beauty item.

Revolution Organics
All-Over Skin Creme

With over 15 nourishing organic ingredients, this creme is an instant, portable moisture treatment for hands, feet, legs, arms and face.

Revolutionize the way you moisturize

* Your everyday do-it-all moisture multi-tasker
* Instantly smoothes, plumps & replenishes skin
* Antioxidants to repair damage from daily exposure
* Rich in vitamins A, B, C, & E
* Super-concentrated, water-free formulation

Simplify your skin care regime and eliminate multiple skin care products with this luxurious organic all-over skin creme. Specially formulated using only USDA food grade health-promoting organic ingredients to deliver instant moisture anywhere, anytime for the entire family. A patented blend of green, white and oolong tea delivers a powerful dose of antioxidants to repair environmental damage, promoting cell rejuvenation and skin elasticity. Organic aloe vera leaf juice acts as a natural barrier and heals skin, while collagen-boosting Vitamin C helps to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. Skin brightening rice bran extracts promotes cellular renewal as organic sweet almond, apricot and olive oils deeply nourish.

With over 15 nourishing organic ingredients, this creme is an instant, portable moisture treatment for hands, feet, legs, arms and face.

$33.00 Revolution Organics All Over Skin Creme


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