Kingsley House Aqueous Cream 500g £1 @ Poundland
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Kingsley House Aqueous Cream 500g £1 @ Poundland

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Found 25th Feb 2014
Fab price roughly £4 a pot elsewhere, great for using as a soap substitute.
Expiry 2017

Kingsley House Aqueous Cream is the simple approach to
maintaining the balance in your skin, thus minimising the
effects of everyday life.
Formulated without any fragrances, it is kinder on the skin
and can be used by adults and children alike.

Why not add a 'blob' to your bath water to enjoy a smooth,
luxurious soak whilst conditioning your skin.

Suitable for all skin types.

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99p at home bargins

thanks been looking for this cheap to make homemade play dough

Fair enough if you wanna wash with this but please don't use it as a moisturiser like some aqueous products suggest on the pot. They contain detergents meant to wash/clean the skin when mixed with water which are actually really drying for the skin. So actually best avoided by people with dry skin conditions.

" A recent research study into the use of aqueous cream on healthy skin showed that regular use of aqueous cream can reduce the thickness of healthy skin and increase water loss from the skin. This is thought to be because it contains a detergent called sodium lauryl sulphate rather than just moisturisers. Skin experts now recommend that people with eczema only use aqueous cream as a soap substitute. There are many alternative moisturisers available for use in people with eczema."

How do you make play dough with it, need to make some for grandchildren. Thanks

This cream I found made my nails grow and made them stronger, Savers used to stock it but no where in Hammersmith has it.
Will have to order it online.

deanwall

Fair enough if you wanna wash with this but please don't use it as a … Fair enough if you wanna wash with this but please don't use it as a moisturiser like some aqueous products suggest on the pot. They contain detergents meant to wash/clean the skin when mixed with water which are actually really drying for the skin. So actually best avoided by people with dry skin conditions.



this is the only stuff i can use as a moisturiser and it works really well for me
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