Sea Buckthorn Cream
Sea Buckthorn Cream
Sea Buckthorn Cream
Sea Buckthorn Cream
Sea Buckthorn Cream
Sea Buckthorn Cream
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Sea Buckthorn Cream

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Our award-winning combination of Calendula flowers and Sea Buckthorn berries is a regenerative cream for face, hands, and body. Sea Buckthorn berries are full of Omega 3, 6, 7, and 9. We dry them in our unique solar dehydrator and process them in rich organic olive oil.

Known to be beneficial in the healing of burns, sun damage, age spots, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, radiation burns, rosacea, cuts, and scrapes, our Sea Buckthorn cream is also exceptionally moisturizing.

Available in Sweet Orange or Rose Geranium scents. 

Ingredients: Calendula*, Sea Buckthorn berries*, Olive oil*, Poplar buds*, Water*, Beeswax, and Sweet Orange or Rose Geranium Essential Oil*
*Organic

45ml jar

"I mix the Sea Buckthorn cream with some Sea Buckthorn oil and apply every day.  The skin on my face is tighter, it glows, and my skin tags have disappeared.  This cream makes me feel so good." - Jan

"I received my Sea Buckthorn cream and love everything about it! The texture is so silky, the fragrance is delicate and I very much like how it absorbs and makes my skin feel. An excellent product!” – Maura J. 

“My mother is using the Sea Buckthorn cream for rash on her face which for many months nothing was really helping it to leave. Not only has the rash gone, but the brown age spots on her face are disappearing and a mysterious bump like pimple she has had for 40 years is gone. My mum was well surprised and pleased! Seabuckthorn…YES!!! I am going to grow myself a Seabuckthorn bush.” -Pamela S.