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Pharmacopia's shea butter

October 4, 2006

Pharmacopia's Shea Butter body lotion is a lighter version of the company’s best-selling hand cream. Ingredients include wild crafted shea butter, certified organic extra-virgin olive oil, vegetable glycerin, certified organic infusions of nourishing and healing herbs plus custom-blended aromatherapy-grade essential oils. It is available in four scent blends: rosemary, ginger, citrus and lavender and retails for $16.99.
Pharmacopia's Organic body wash is a gentle shower and bath cleanser containing mild plant-based surfactants plus premium ingredients like organic herbal infusions, certified organic olive oil, vegetable glycerin and aromatherapy-grade essential. It also doubles as a shampoo and is available in four scent blends: rosemary, ginger, citrus and lavender. It retails for $14.99. More info: http://www.pharmacopia.co.uk.
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