Crocodile Oil 83% Skin Rescue Treatment
Repcillin Crocodile Oil
83% Skin Rescue Treatment
for Dry, Damaged, Flaky and Ultra-Sensitive Skin
A highly penetrating, intensely soothing, nourishing and repairing skin treatment containing 83% of pure Crocodile oil which triggers the body’s essential healing process. Designed to reduce epidermal irritation. This exceptional unisex treatment is ideal for people with eczema, for dry, damaged, flaky and ultra-sensitive skin and those exposed to harsh climate conditions. Emollient ingredients soften, hydrate, heal and provide a barrier against the elements. A smooth, sustained finish leaves skin feeling protected, calmed and supple. Contains no artificial fragrance or colour.
- Designed to reduce epidermal irritation
- Treats and manages eczema, dermatitis & dry skin conditions
- Reduces dry, rough skin
- Post-shave moisture
- Post-tattoo healing remedy
- Cuticle softener
- Perfect for post-microdermabrasion recovery
- Must-have travel essential for face and body
Ingredients: Crocodile Oil, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) wax, Argania Spinosa Kernel (Argan) Oil*, Non-GMO Tocopherol (Vitamin E) *Certified Organic
Organic Argan Oil
Often affectionately referred to as liquid gold, naturally anti-bacterial Argan Oil is a super-rich antioxidant full of essential fatty acids, with more than double the vitamin E found in olive oil. Repcillin sources this extremely rare Organic Argan Oil from government-funded under UNESCO protection female cooperative Tilila situated just outside of Essaouira in Morocco, North Africa.
The women of this cooperative, like many others in the region, took advantage of government funding to start their cooperative and were poised to create a successful business. With an initial $18,000 in seed money, the group of 240 women were able to construct a workplace in a tiny village called Mneezla and buy modern filtration equipment, an extraction machine and packaging materials with which to ship and also sell their oil in a small retail shop in the front of the coop building. Almost $4,000 of the money was allocated to obtain the organic certification by Ecocert.