Queen's Birthday Treat this long weekend
This Queen's Birthday long weekend we are giving away a FREE Gaia Belly Oil valued at $17.95 with all orders over $220.
This luxurious, deeply moisturizing and nourishing oil contains organic virgin jojoba and organic evening primrose oil, to replenish and ‘lock in’ skin’s vital moisture while giving it a healthy glow, helping to prevent skin dehydration and dryness, which can make your belly very itchy. It's suitable for all skin types and all ages, it also contains pure organic rosehip - a rich source of vitamins, essential fatty acids and powerful antioxidants to rehydrate and rejuvenate skin, especially when dry. It’s the perfect blend of organic oils to smooth lines and soften scars, improving the overall appearance of skin and stretch marks. Not only for your belly, it can also be used on breasts, thighs, arms – anywhere where more moisture, elasticity or extra toning is required.
Each bottle of GAIA Pure Pregnancy Belly Oil contains - caprylic/capric triglyceride, organic rosehip oil*, organic jojoba oil*, organic wheat germ oil*, tocopheryl ( natural vitamin e) and the pure essential oils of organic spearmint*,d-limonene, citroneld, linalool - components of pure essentials oils
Enjoy this special long weekend,
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
1. The Gaia Belly Oil 95ml will automatically be packed with all orders over $220 AUD in value (excluding gift voucher orders and any shipping charges)
2. This offer is valid for orders over $220 in one transaction whilst stocks last
3. Limit of 1 free Belly Oil per eligible customer
4. If you return items so that your order value falls less than $220 AUD then $17.95 will be deducted from your return amount if you decide to keep the Gaia Belly Oil
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