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Hand And Body Lotion With Aloe Vera And Oatmeal

$23
$23
Silky, lightweight cream for both the hands and body.

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Silky, lightweight cream for both the hands and body. Formulated with aloe vera, it easily absorbs into skin to moisturize and provide instant soothing and calm.

Key Benefits

Instantly soothes and calms skin. Provides moisture to both the hand and body.

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3700194712457

Aloe Vera: Derived from the aloe vera plant, it's known to soften, soothe and comfort skin. Oatmeal: Has soothing properties for the skin. It enhances emulsion stability, increases viscosity and leaves a smooth feel. Often used to soothe skin and absorb excess oils, it's also used as a soap free cleanser. Sodium PCA: A naturally occurring humectant in the skin, partly responsible for the skin's moisture-binding capacity. It is derived from amino acids and is highly water absorbing. Due to its moisture-binding ability, it is a high-performance humectant which increases the skin's softness when added to products.

For best results, massage hand and body lotion onto slightly damp skin after bathing or showering to seal in surface moisture. Can be used daily or as needed.

For best results, massage hand and body lotion onto slightly damp skin after bathing or showering to seal in surface moisture. Can be used daily or as needed.

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Kiehl's was founded in 1851 as an old-world apothecary in New York's Lower East Side neighborhood. Their fine formulations have always been made with the most unique natural ingredients found the world over. Today, Kiehl's serves customers everywhere skin and hair care formulas derived from the most unique natural ingredients.

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