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Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel

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Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel
Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel
Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel
Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel
Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel
The Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel will help to mattify your skin as you relax and enjoy its light but luxe texture.

£9.99 each £19.98 per 100ml

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Product Information

The Planet Revolution Mattifying Olive Moisture Gel will help to mattify your skin as you relax and enjoy its light but luxe texture.

Features

We have combined upcycled olive stone powder (salvaged from olive oil production in Spain) with upcycled rice powder and moisturising squalane from olives to create a simple but super hydrating gel cream.

The tube is made from sustainable sugarcane (click here to find out more). The cap is made from 50% recycled material which is why we have embraced the grey! We suggest you cut the end off the tube – this will also help you get ALL the last bits of product out to avoid waste – and rinse it before adding to your household recycling along with the cap.

Every formula in Planet Revolution is 100% vegan and cruelty free whilst being formulated with our clean promise.

Product Specification

AQUA (WATER, EAU), SQUALANE, GLYCERIN, OLEA EUROPAEA SEED POWDER, GLYCERYL STEARATE SE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER, DISTARCH PHOSPHATE, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE, STEARIC ACID, BENZYL ALCOHOL, CELLULOSE GUM, ORYZA SATIVA STARCH, DISODIUM EDTA, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, DEHYDROACETIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED.

Height (10.7)

Width (3.8)

Depth (3.8)

Product code: 810522

Product Uses

Simply massage into your skin after cleansing morning and evening and revel in the soothing, moisturising experience.

Recyclable

See label for recycling symbols and recycle according to your local authority guidelines.