Nourish dry skin with our moisturising Lotion Sticks
Dry, flaky skin? Sore cracked heels? Don’t panic. Nature has a cure.
Here at Raw Nature, we’ve worked hard to develop a brand new concept in body lotion. Instead of liquid in a plastic squeezy tube that ends up in landfill, our soothing Lotion Stick simply glides onto your skin, leaving it feeling soft and nourished. Completely free of water (and therefore no nasty preservatives), it’s rich in organic cocoa butter, which hydrates the skin and improves elasticity as it forms a protective barrier to lock in moisture. The stick might look unconventional at first, but it’s super easy to use. Just rub some product onto your palms and then watch as it effortlessly absorbs into your skin wherever you choose to apply it. Pure luxury at an affordable price.
Our Lotion Sticks also contain sunflower oil, which you may not realise is extremely high in Vitamin E. This helps protect the skin’s collagen and elastin. Sunflower oil is also rich in Vitamins A, C and D. Its antioxidant properties help prevent premature signs of aging as it protects against exposure to sunlight. It’s also found to be effective against acne, inflammation, general redness and skin irritations.
These little beauties are filled with pure essential oils and come in three divine scents (Lavender, Sweet Orange and Warm Vanilla). They smell so good you’ll want to devour them … and you could, but don’t worry, they won’t make you gain weight!
They can be used pretty much anywhere on the body multiple times a day, from your head down to your toes, leaving you feeling calm and protected. The Lavender Lotion Stick is amazing at night to rub onto your arms, neck or even your pillow, to give you the soothing scent of lavender to help you drift off to sleep.
They’re also great for travelling as they won’t spill, and because they’re liquid-free there’s no need to declare them to customs.
Finally, of course, they all come in our environmentally friendly packaging. No plastic here!
Caroline Patterson is a freelance writer and editor who lives with animals and teenagers, and is wild about nature (and wine).