Library Of Flowers Handcreme Honeycomb 2.3oz
Library Of Flowers Handcreme Honeycomb offers skin to become silky smooth and looking young and healthy.
Library of Flowers Handcreme, Honeycomb contains three fragrances that transition seamlessly from one to another. The top fragrance is Sugared Fig which imparts a festive fragrance, the second or middle fragrance is Ambrosia Honey that has a rich, sweet aroma that gives way to the signature fragrance of Royal Bee Blossom. These delightful aromas are lovingly and painstakingly crafted and blended in small batches by fragrance artist, Margot Elena in the USA.
Cocoa Butter and Shea Butter provide intensive, deep penetrating moisture that absorbs quickly, softening hands instantly. Avocado oil imparts healing properties while extracts of Macadamia nut provide amazing restorative properties that together provide much needed antioxidants to fight the effects of free radicals and environmental damage. With regular use, hands become silky smooth and rejuvenated with a youthful appearance.
The delicate natural botanicals impart essential nutrients that blend with the rich moisturizers to return hands to a healthy condition.
Recommended Skin Types
Library of Flowers Handcreme, Honeycomb is formulated for rough and dry hands, imparting deep moisture to restore and rejuvenate, but can be used by normal skin types as well.
- All natural botanicals create a symphonic trio of scents
- Rich emollients penetrate deep into skin
- Absorbs quickly
- Restores and heals dry skin
- Soothes mind with aromatherapy and skin with natural botanicals
- Lovingly hand crafted in the USA in small batches
- Created by fragrance artist, Margot Elena
How to Use
Dispense an appropriate amount of Library of Flowers Handcreme, Honeycomb into the palm of the hand. Rub hands together and work creme into extra dry areas such as the space between the fingers and knuckles. Continue massaging creme into hands and fingers until absorbed. Use regularly to restore health and give skin a silky smooth rejuvenated look.