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Discover Heavenly Body Moisturisers From Human+Kind
Updated on 03 July 2016

Human+Kind is the one-stop shop for body moisturisers. Get into your skincare groove with Human+Kind's 2-1 Body Lotion (Dhs 55), formulated with a lower oil content to work in synergy with the pre-existing oils in your skin. Or if you prefer to languish in the sheer luxury of tactile textures, Human+Kind's 2-1 Body Butter (Dhs 65) made with Shea butter, Aloe Vera and Cocoa Seed Butter, gently coats the skin, creating a protective barrier between the delicate surface and the harshness of the elements. Human + Kind products are available in Spinneys, Waitrose, Boots the Pharmacy, United Pharmacies, Organic Foods & Café, The Change Initiative, as well as online through Glambox.me.

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