Cooling Leg Relief Gel Tube

Cooling Leg Relief Gel Tube

revitalising leg gel

Regular price € 16,00
Quantity: 100 ml
( € 80,00 / 500 ml)
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Perfect finishing care to refresh and revitalise heavy legs. Ideal after hiking days, long work and sporting activities. With high-quality alpine herbs and extracts of sweet & horse chestnut, mint, witch hazel and centella.

Main ingredients:
Horse chestnut | decongestant
Field horsetail | soothing
Peppermint | refreshing
Juniper | relaxing
Lemon | refreshing

Aqua, menthol, potato starch modified, glycerin, phenthyl alcohol, caprylyl glycol, mentha piperita oil*, junipers communis oil*, zingiber officinale oil, limonene, xanthan gum, pelargonium graveolens oil*, centella asiatica extract, citronellol, citrus limon peel oil*, hamamelis virginiana leaf extract*, equisetum arvense extract*, aesculus hippocastanum bark extract*, citra geraniol, lecithin, castanea sativa extract, CI 75810, dextrin, tocopherol, linalool, ascorbyl palmitate, citric acid. *ingredients from certified organic agriculture.
Apply the gel to the legs and massage in from the bottom up.

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PROVEN

SUSTAINABLE

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The historic Saint Charles Apothecary exists since 1886 in Vienna and is the scientific and ethical backbone of Saint Charles. All Saint Charles products are based on the teachings of Traditional European Medicine (TEM) in combination with the latest findings in naturopathy. In developing them, we pursue our passion for high-quality, sustainable and effective natural remedies and cosmetics.

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