12 Botanicals in Nutriance Organic + Their Benefits

Nutriance Organic is a scientifically formulated marine botanical based organic skin care line. Marine botanicals are sourced from a protected biosphere, the Molène Archipelago in Brittany, France, a region renowned for its exceptional wealth of seaweeds, and purity of seawater. The marine botanicals are complemented by other selected botanical extracts, waters and oils known for their gentle, protective and nourishing properties.

Here’s 12 Gentle Acting Ingredients For Optimal Hydration, Barrier Integrity, Nutrition & Stress Relief

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