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The Jeanne en Provence organic hand beauty range is expanding

Jeanne de Provence's organic almond and apple ranges are enriched with new creams and hand washing gels.

Creamy and rich in moisturizing agents, the hand creams 50 ml certified Bio Jeanne en Provence, offer a sensory and olfactory experience for an absolute softness and a long-lasting hydration (8 h of the superficial layers of the skin).

The hand washing gels certified Bio Jeanne en Provence, clean the hands gently and take care of the skin. Their gel texture and their fine and unctuous foam leave the skin clean and delicately perfumed.

Jeanne en Provence invites you on a journey to the heart of Provence to discover its scents, its nature and its art of living... Based in Grasse, Jeanne en Provence pays tribute to the richness of the Provençal soil and the generosity of its fragrant ingredients through its authentic and emotionally-charged products: perfumes and body care products, developed in the pure tradition of the Grasse master perfumers.

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