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Antioxidant-rich cream with oregano, honey, and more.
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Oreganol P73 Cream (2 oz)

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North American Herb and Spice

Oreganol P73 Cream (2 oz)

Oreganol moisturizing cream is a powerful rejuvenating formula containing propolis, wild essential oils and wild honey. Ideal for all skin types, Oreganol cream is made with the highest-ranked antioxidants in the world. Plus, it's the only completely natural moisturizer made from wild high-mountain grown spices oils ideal for skin health. For best results use daily.

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SKU: 4005
UPC: 635824002048
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Asked on: March 2, 2013
Question: can this be used in place of a high end cosmetic counter face moisturizer?
  • A:

    Yes, this product is a powerful rejuvenating formula containing propolis, wild essential oils and wild honey. Ideal for all skin types, Oreganol cream is made with the highest-ranked antioxidants in the world.

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