Rejuve-Oil for Scars, Stretch Marks & Uneven Skin Tone 150ml

  • £18.99
Item in Stock   |   Usually dispatched within 24 hours

Try our amazing formula to hydrate and rejuvenate your skin daily. Rejuve-Oil has essential oils and vitamins to reduce the appearance of scars, stretch marks, dry skin and uneven skin tone. With a light floral scent, your skin will feel smooth and replenished. Apply twice daily for remarkable results. A little goes a long way, therefore apply a gentle amount onto your skin and rub until fully absorbed. Rejuve-Oil sinks into the skin exceptionally easily, making it the best oil to reduce scars. Reduce stretch marks by applying Rejuve-Oil to hydrate your skin to naturally reduce the appearance. 

Do you want to improve the elasticity of your skin? Look no further. Rejuve-Oil is packed with Vitamin E, great for treating senstive skin. Rejuve-Oil includes Chamomile oil, Rosemary Oil and sunflower oil. Rejuve-Oil can reduce appearance of wrinkles and tighten ageing skin through hydration and moisturising instantly. A rejuvenating oil packed with natural oils with vitamins and minerals your skin desires.

Standard delivery via Royal Mail - 3-5 working days. Next day tracked delivery is available. 

Orders placed before 2pm will be despatched same day orders received after 2pm will be despatched the following working day.

Orders over £45 will receive FREE standard delivery (UK only).

Saturday delivery (mainland UK) available £10.50 (order to be received by Friday 2pm).


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