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Are you looking for a Hand Saviour during this uncertain times?

Are you looking for a Hand Saviour during this uncertain times?

Nami Naturale

Meet Dedes. She hails from New Zealand. A convert of green beauty. She believes in the value of self-care as it’s showing how she rocks being a fabulous Mum in this photo.

Like Dedes, I am a Mammy too. Being a Mammy means constantly washing hands and exposing our hands to soap, water, and household cleaning products to wash baby bottles, cook and wash the pots & dishes, do the laundry, wipe the floor, disinfect the whole house…tell me did I miss anything in the list? I’ve been there – dry, itchy hands that’s falling apart…Hangnails showing…Rough Palms that it doesn’t feel nice to even nice to touch my own skin.

Dedes has been experiencing extremely dry hands. She tried everything to soothe her hands falling apart from being dry and dehydrated and nothing work. Until she was introduced to our products.

This is the reason why I developed the HAND AND FEET SAVIOUR™. I wanted to regain the health of my hands and to enjoy the pleasure of massaging oil on my face and moisturizing my body. To give my husband a therapeutic massage without feeling awkward with the friction of my hands on his skin.

The Hand and Feet Saviour is made of with certified organic cold-pressed Wheatgerm oil, Apricot Kernel oil, unrefined Shea Butter and Beeswax working harmoniously to repair and quench thirsty, damaged and dry skin. Continuous use will bring back healthy smooth skin. It’s made of 100% natural ingredients that make it suitable for the most sensitive skin.

I would like to share Dede’s thoughts about the HAND AND FEET SAVIOUR™ as written on our Facebook Feedback Page. Thank you for the wonderful review and your support of our brand.

”HAND AND FEET SAVIOUR™ Relief Salve—– saved my dry hands and it worked brilliantly! I was amazed by the outcome, I couldn’t believe it myself. I highly recommend this product. I only need to use a tiny amount so it’s a bonus that a jar last ages! ”