Kure Skin Drops 30ml (Formerly Hempress Renew Oil)
Taken internally, Kure Skin Drops supports the body’s stress response but also aids in the
natural process of skin renewal and regeneration, allowing your skin to maintain good health.
Kure Skin Drops 30ml (Formerly Hempress Renew Oil) – Taken internally 2-3 times daily, Kure Skin Drops supports the body’s stress response but also aids in the natural process of skin renewal and regeneration, allowing your skin to maintain good health. Kure Skin Drops may support good mood, relaxation, and help to alleviate over-stimulation caused by caffeine and stress while promoting mental clarity and focus without drowsiness. For added benefit, Kure Skin Drops can be combined with Pure Hemp Maca.
– Supports the natural processes of skin renewal and regeneration
– Supports Supports the body’s stress response
– Gives you the confidence to face every day
Ingredients: Organic Hemp Seed Oil, MCT Oil, Hempseed Phytoblend, Circumin, Non Cannabis Derived Plant Aromatics (Myrcene, Limonene, b-Caryophyllene, Linalool, a-Pinene, Ocimene, Terpinolene, Humulene, Nerolidol), Natural Orange Flavour.
How to use:
– Adults: Take between 7-10 drops, 2-3 times per day
– Children: Take 3-5 drops, 2-3 times day
– Shake bottle well
– Increase by 3 drops in 3 day increments if you find continued benefit
– Always store in a cool place away from sunlight
– Can be taken with or without food
Weight 88 g Dimensions 36 × 36 × 110 mm
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