Orange Spice Liquiwax

Orange Spice Liquiwax is a warmly scented Liquiwax; a combination of spices and citrus scents associated with winter holidays and cosy evenings.

From £24.98 £20.82
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SKU
OSL100C

Our Orange Spice Liquiwax is a citrusy blend; reminiscent of Christmas, mulled wine and festive treats. Orange oil is blended with Nutmeg and Clove to create a deliciously warm and exotic aroma. It is rich, luxuriant, spicy and full of beautiful citrus aromas.

 

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About our Liquiwaxes: Liquiwax is a more viscous version of our classic Massage Wax and comes in a pump dispenser. Upon application, Liquiwax allows for long, gliding strokes, ideal for bodywork. It maintains a tight grip, but has more ‘slip’ than our classic massage waxes.

Liquiwaxes are an excellent alternative to massage waxes for those looking for a pump dispenser method and a slightly stronger glide factor. In addition, they make for a luxurious body moisturiser and are excellent at removing makeup!

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Notes on using the pump dispenser: When you receive your Liquiwax, you need to 'prime' it before first use. To do this, unlock the pump by turning the nozzle to the left, then pump vigorously for up to 40 or so times. This draws up the wax and ‘loads’ the nozzle. If you find that the pump stops dispensing wax before the botte is empty, this may be due to an air pocket or vacuum at the bottom of the bottle. To fix this, unscrew and remove the top, give the bottle a squeeze and a shake to redistribute the wax, and then screw the lid back on before vigorously pumping to draw the wax back up.

 

Our Packaging: For details on how to recycle and dispose of all of our packaging, see our recycling page.

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  • Arnica (Arnica montana extract) 57 Arnica (Arnica montana extract)
  • Vitamin E (Tocopherol) 58 Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
  • Orange Oil (Citrus aurantium dulcis) 83 Orange Oil (Citrus aurantium dulcis)
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  • Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllus) 87 Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllus)
  • Nutmeg Oil (Myristica fragrans) 88 Nutmeg Oil (Myristica fragrans)
  • Limonene (declarable constituent ingredient) 5554 Limonene (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Linalool (declarable constituent ingredient) 5555 Linalool (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Geraniol (declarable constituent ingredient) 5553 Geraniol (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Citral (declarable constituent ingredient) 5556 Citral (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Eugenol (declarable constituent ingredient) 5557 Eugenol (declarable constituent ingredient)

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