Wonderfully emollient yet light in texture this fragrant cream nourishes and hydrates hands, nails and cuticles hour after hour. A blend of strengthening and antioxidant-rich Avocado Oil, Rosehip, Lavender and Shea Butter deeply moisturise and protect hands and nails, leaving skin brighter, softer and supple.
Aromatic and fast absorbing, this luxurious treatment will have your hands looking their best.
Use it morning, night, daytime or anytime for deeply nourished, dewy skin!
All Skin Types
Delicately scented, leaves hands soft and lovely.
50ml size is ideal for toting around in the handbag every day.
As often as necessary, massage into hands and cuticles, repeat as often as desired.
You can also slather on at night under cotton manicure gloves to give your hands an at-home treatment.
Suitable for all skin types and uniquely chemical-free
A rich hand cream that can be used for very dry skin e.g. elbows, knees, heels etc.
A must have for a ladies handbag!
Shea Nut Butter Butyrospermum Parkii
Great moisturising, skin regenerating and softening properties. Good for all skin types especially dry skin. Shea butter contains cinnamic acid, a substance that helps protect the skin from harmful UV rays.
Our organic French Lavender is extremely valuable for most skin conditions as it promotes new cell growth, healing and balances sebum. The aroma is sweet and fresh which is calming and relaxing to the mind and body.
Rosehip Oil Rosa Mosqueta
Rosa mosqueta oil contains Carotenoids, Vitamin A, and essential fatty acids (EFAs), which are of extreme importance for skin tissue regeneration. These essential fatty acids attract and retain moisture making our skin look younger, healthier and with a more elastic structure.
The ingredients lists are regularly updated. Please refer to Sodashi’s website for the latest up to date information on the ingredients listing of our products.
Sodashi acknowledges that the land we are on always was and always will be the land of the traditional owners, the Whadjuk people. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. We recognise the connection the Whadjuk people have to this land.