Immunitea Herbal Body Lotion
Denver Mindful Medicine's Immunitea Herbal Body Lotion is infused with soothing and antioxidant-rich ingredients to promote the repair of dry skin, while simultaneously supporting a healthy immune system.
This organic lotion contains aloe vera, vitamin E, and oils of coconut, olive fruit, sunflower and neem seed. A proprietary blend of cell-regenerating essential oils are combined with hydrating and antioxidant-rich herbal tea extracts. The antimicrobial and lymphatic-stimulating essential oil blend also acts to support a robust immune system.
We are committed to using 100% organic ingredients, to support the body without the burden of having to detoxify potentially harmful additives.
Within approximately 30 minutes, the essential oils of this lotion are absorbed into the bloodstream through the pores of the skin. Once absorbed into the bloodstream, the essential oils support the body's functioning by increasing white blood cells, neutralizing free-radical damage, decreasing inflammation, and increasing oxygenation of cells.
> One tree is planted with each purchase, through our partnership with One Tree Planted
+ Lavender, Eucalyptus, Spearmint, Frankincense, Thyme, Rosemary
+ Aloe Leaf Juice˙Vitamin E, Coconut Oil, Olive Fruit Oil, Glycerin, Emulsifying Wax, Alcohol, Soybean Oil, Xantham Gum, Algae, Neem Seed Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Witch Hazel
Extracts of: Green Tea, Rosemary, Rooibos, Chickweed, Milk Thistle˙ Oatstraw, Slippery Elm Bark, Nettle, Marshmallow Root, White Willow Bark
SHIPPING NOTICE: A shipping fee of $8.45 or free curbside pickup is available. We will be in touch to clarify which option works best with you, once your order has been placed.
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