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This Product Is: a firming body treatment
Good for: all skin types
Why We Love It: Tata Harper Redefining Body Balm is packed with moisturizing butters and time rewinding antioxidants to minimize the appearance of stretch marks and give you firm, youthful looking skin.
Moisturizing Butter Blend is a rich blend of Mango, Cocoa, Murmuru, Cupuacu, and Kokum seed butters provide a surge of moisture to revitalize dry, dehydrated skin. Red Algae is a natural antioxidant that helps fight the visible aging effects of free radicals and supports hyaluronic acid for a visibly firm and lifted look.
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vetted by experts, then field-tested by us. We obsessively examine every
ingredient (so you don’t have to). This means all of the beauty products
we carry are made without ingredients on our Dirty List.
Use: Daily, where stretch marks or elasticity are a concern.
Recommended for: All skin types
How to Use: Apply the Redefining Body Balm to any area of the body and massage in circular motions. Use daily, or as often as desired. Safe to use during pregnancy.
butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, rosehip rubiginosa seed oil*, shea butter ethyl esters, mangifera indica (kokum) seed butter*, cera carnauba/copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax/cire de carnauba*, astrocaryum murumuru*, theobroma grandiflorum seed butter*, cera alba/beeswax/cire d’abeille*, camellia sinensis (green tea) seed oil*, olea europaea (olive) oil*, theobroma cacao (cocoa seed) butter, mangifera indica (mango) seed butter, sambucus nigra fruit extract, dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline, caprylic/capric triglyceride, euterpe oleracea (acai) fruit oil*, phenethyl alcohol, calophyllum inophyllum seed oil*, arnica montana (arnica) extract*, borago officinalis (borage) leaf extract*, medicago sativa (alfalfa) extract*, spiraea ulmaria flower extract*, calendula officinalis (calendula) flower extract*, algae extract, tocopherol, aroma**, limonene, linaloolRead More