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New?? The Dr Hauschka Rose Day Cream has been a hugely successful and effective product for a long time. So why have they changed it? Well, committed to always delivering the best of what is available, Dr Hauschka discovered a way to make it even better than the original without changing the price. Here’s the lowdown on Dr Hauschka NEW Rose Day Cream!
It is described as a “rich, luxurious formulation that harmonises oil and moisture content, gently guiding skin to a state of comfort, balance and radiance”. I am all on board with that!
Dr Hauschka NEW Rose Day Cream – New Ingredients
Extracts of wild rose hip, rose blossom and rose wax have been enriched with rose water alongside a higher content of essential oil from Damask rose.
- Rose Damascena Flower Water – rich in water-soluble compounds to sooth sensitive skin, harmonise and balance
- Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax – protects against environmental extremes
- Sorbitan Olivate – holds all the essential ingredients together
- Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate – food grade emulsifier that provide stability against free radicals
- Zinc Sulphate – to stabilise the consistency of the product
The new formula is completely incredible!! I love it so much. It is super soft, seriously luxurious and I love to know that it contains more rose water and rose oil. It’s all about the roses. Fans of the original Rose Day Cream will not be disappointed with this, especially as it remains at the same price but delivers so much more.
Dr Hauschka NEW Rose Day Cream is available from the end of August 2014. If you have sensitive, dehydrated skin and you want to up the ante on the radiance front, I couldn’t recommend it more. Find Dr Hauschka at John Lewis.
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