Still Botanicals Juniper + Kawakawa Body Wash 300ml

Enriched with the natural steam distilled extracts of nourishing Juniper and native Kawakawa, this soothing Body Wash is ideal for restoring calm and balance to skin, while gently cleansing and refreshing

Directions: Lather up in the bath or shower for an exceptionally clean sensory experience.

Product Code: STILLBBR

Quantity per carton: 16

This product is proudly made in New Zealand The contents of this product are made from a biodegradable formulation and will naturally break down when exposed to the elements. The formulation for this product has been tested on our office staff and not on animals. After all how is the bunny going to tell you when you’ve got the formulation just right? The contents of this product are Paraben free because we care about what you care about, YOU. The ingredients we use to make this product are free from Genetically Engineering. Because nobody wants you to grow a third eye or anything weird like that. Not exactly the peas and carrots kind of vegetables mind you, but our vegetable base contains no animal or petrochemical by-products. This product should be enjoyed within 24months of opening it. This bottle is made from PET and is fully recyclable. Please contact your recycler to find out how you can recycle your waste.

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I love the bath and shower gel and wanted to see how to purchase. I don't remember where in NZ I tried it but it's fabulous!!

Teresa - Chile

We recently stayed somewhere that offered your body washes and shampoos etc, which I absolutely loved

Tish - New Zealand

I sampled your product while staying at a motel and was so impressed. Can I purchase this product?

Susan - New Zealand

I’ve used your products in a couple hotels now and I love them.

Tracie - Australia

I would like to buy these as gifts for my family! It’s amazing products

Jay - Australia

just used your skin and Haircare products at a hotel here in Wellington. I found them great and was wondering are they available to the public? I would love to start using them at home, so hoping there is some way I can purchase these

Jeannie - new Zealand