Introducing Purist Unscented Body Lotion by Cocoon Apothecary Organic Skin Care

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Announcing Purist Unscented Body Lotion, a luxurious natural and organic skin care product for people with fragrance sensitivities.

Purist Unscented Body Lotion

Many people have fragrance sensitivities or they live with someone who does. We wanted to create a product that everyone can enjoy.

Cocoon Apothecary, Canada's organic skin care company, announces the addition of Purist Unscented Lotion to their collection of natural luxury body products.

This organic olive-oil based moisturizer is ideal for sensitive skin types or people that have issues with fragrances. It is also ideal for babies as it is free of toxins and phthalates. It has been used professionally for massage and treatments for years and can be used as a base for adding essential oils to. It is gluten-free. nut-free, non-toxic, vegan, and eco-friendly and is rated 0 by the Environmental Working Group.

"Many people have fragrance sensitivities or they live with someone who does,” says Cocoon Apothecary founder Jessica Burman. “We wanted to create a product that everyone can enjoy."

Purist Unscented Body Lotion is the newest addition to the Kitchener-based company’s organic, vegan skin care line, which features a cleanser, exfoliating scrub and lotions for dry and normal skin.

About Cocoon Apothecary

Cocoon Apothecary was founded in 2004 in Kitchener, Ontario. Founder Jessica Burman has created luxurious and safe skin care products that embrace the healing power of natural ingredients without compromise.

She works from a dedicated cosmetics lab inside her home, and supplies her lotions and cleansers to more than 13 spas and retailers in Toronto and throughout southwestern Ontario, and serves customers all over North America through her online shop. She is committed to transparent corporate practices and educating her customers on reading cosmetic labels and the importance of natural ingredients.

Cocoon Apothecary products are vegan, cruelty-free and contain many certified organic ingredients. Amber glass bottles preserve contents and are easily reusable and recyclable, and corn-based labels and new plastic caps are sourced from overstock that would otherwise be headed for landfill.


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