Oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM

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Oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM

Available in bottles of 50 ml and 1 Litre

Suitable for the care of sensitive skin, reddened and irritated. Makes the skin soft and supple.

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Oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM

Suitable for the care of sensitive skin, reddened and irritated. Makes the skin soft and supple.

Composition of the oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM

100% vegetable oil: BIO Wort Hypericum perforatum

BIO means: Ingredients from Organic Farming (control Certisys-BE-BIO-01).

Use of oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM advice

Oral use: 10 g (1 tablespoon) per day (risk of drug, interaction use with caution).

Cosmetic use: Equally blended with oils of carrot and avocado, helps the skin in case of solar irritation or sunburn.

Precautions with oil maceration Millepertis BIO PRANAROM

CAUTION: St. John's Wort oil is photosensitizing and therefore can not be applied in full light and sun. Inform your doctor and / or pharmacist in case of concomitant medications.

- Do not exceed the recommended dose

- Keep out of reach of young children

- Do not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle

- Keep away from sources of heat and light

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