Zest Massage Wax

Zest Massage Wax is a gentle, refreshing and uplifting Massage Wax containing Lime and Mandarin essential oils.

For vegan alternative, click here

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Zest Massage Wax is a light, gentle, refreshing and uplifting citrus Massage Wax containing Lime and Mandarin essential oils.

Originally developed in conjunction with the Iris Cancer Charity, our Zest Massage and Reflexology blends were formulated without Arnica so as to make them as mild as possible for those with compromised immune systems.

With its subtle and zesty scent, it is also suitable for pregnancy massage as its essential oil content falls well below the latest regulatory requirements for a 'leave on' product.

Our Zest blend is also available as a Vegan Massage Wax, Liquiwax, original Reflexology Wax and Vegan Reflexology Wax.

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Allergy Advice: Contains almond oil.

Our Packaging: For plastic-free packaging, choose our 20g pots or any of our biodegradable EcoTubs. For details on how to recycle and dispose of all of our packaging, see our recycling page.

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  • Olive Oil (Olea europaea fruit oil)
  • Almond Oil (Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil)
  • Beeswax (Cera alba)
  • Vitamin E (Tocopherol)
  • Mandarin Oil (Citrus nobilis)
  • Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia)
  • Limonene (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Linalool (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Geraniol (declarable constituent ingredient)
  • Citral (declarable constituent ingredient)

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