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Sea Buckthorn - Hippophae Rhamnoides


Sea Buckthorn grows among the sand dunes, on Wells-next-the-sea beach. The bright, orange berries ripen in early autumn and are rich in vitamin C. The name in Latin means shiny horse, because in ancient Greece they fed sea buckthorn berries to horses to improve their health and give a gloss to their coat. In skincare its widely used for burns, eczema and healing skin. We are using this local berry, to produce our Norfolk local soap.

Sea Buckthorn - 2 Bar Box

SKU: 35
  • sodium cocoate (coconut oil), aqua,  sodium rapeseedatesodium olivate (olive oil), hippophae rhamnoides (sea buckthorn), cymbopogon citratus (lemongrass), citrus limon(lemon), juniperus communis (juniper). 180g

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