Anita Grant Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray
- Skin Types: Combination and Dry.
- Suitable for Hair Types: 2a, 2b, 2c and 3a, 3b, 3c - Low porosity natural curly hair.
- Extremely light to the touch and absorbs effortlessly into your skin and hair without leaving an oily residue, you'll be left smelling utterly delicious
EDTA FreeParaben Free
Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray may be used as often as required after a shower or bath, when your skin and hair are still damp.
On your naturally curly, coily, wavy, thick Afro hair
Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray may be used to add sheen to dry or slightly damp hair. Simply hold the bottle 10 to 17 cm from your naturally curly hair and mist lightly. For best results use sparingly.
Gentle enough for use on face and neck areas
Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray is suitable for combination skin (oily/dry/T-Zone).
Note: Spray once into the palms of your hands and then apply to desired areas of your face and/or neck.
After shave skin softener
Apply Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray after shaving your legs or under arms to enhance that silky-skin feel appeal.
Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray may also serve as a light weight base to mineral make up foundation and/or body powders.
Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray makes the perfect after sun body oil spray. Neroli has been credited as being an effective anti-inflammatory. Spray onto weather-worn skin and/or hair after your shower to remove sunscreen, perspiration, and sand from your body. Remember to re-apply sunscreen on top of our Neroli Rose Dry Oil Spray if you plan to go back out in the sun.
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, *Neroli Essential Oil (Citrus Aurantium), *Organic Rose Buds (Rosa Damascena) and LOVE!
Naturally occurring constituents of *Neroli Essential Oil: a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, a-terpinene, nerol, neryl acetate, farnesol, geraniol, linalool, nerolidol, linalyl acetate, methyl anthranilate and indole.
* ingredients issued from organic farming
** natural steam distilled essential oils
35% of the total ingredients are from organic farming
100% of the total ingredients are from a natural origin