Almond Lighter Legs

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Almond Lighter Legs

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This ultra-fresh gel-cream, formulated with powerful natural active ingredients, instantly melts into the skin to help relieve tired legs and feet. A combination of peppermint essential oil and menthol provides an intense and long lasting sensation of freshness. Skin is nourished and feels soft thanks to almond oil.

Applied with a massage, legs seem lighter, feet seem relieved, and skin feels soft and comfortable. Formulated with a smooth, non-sticky texture with a powdery finish, you can wear clothing immediately after application.

The almond nut, which grows protected in a beautifully soft and green velvet shell, is renowned for its ability to soften and smooth the skin. L’OCCITANE is committed to purchasing almonds from producers in the South of France so that the almond tree, which had long been forgotten in the region, once again becomes a familiar element in the Provençal landscape.

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Almond is well-known for its ability to nourish the skin. L'OCCITANE has harnessed the exceptional beautifying power of almond from the south of France and integrated it in body treatments and toiletries that are both deliciously tempting and wonderfully effective. Made with Almonds sourced from Haute Provence, the Almond range, including our delicious shower oil and mouth-watering body cream, supports the sustainability of almond trees in the region, as these trees are a staple to the beauty of the Provencal landscape.  READ THE TRUE STORYShop Almond Products Online In UAE > Almond

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