Harpagreen gel - Massage joint gel
(€198.00 / Litre)
Harpagreen massage gel based on 4 plant extracts and 5 essential oils:
Harpagophytum extract (20%)
Juniper hydrolyzate (15%)
Solomon's Seal Extract (5%)
Meadowsweet maceration oil (5%)
Essential oils (2.7%): Peppermint, Wintergreen, Rosemary camphor, Norway spruce, Black spruce.
Tolerance dermatologically tested.
Massage gel based on 4 plant extracts and 5 essential oils
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Harpagreen gel tube 120 ml
Supplier: LPEV Laboratory
Ingredients: AQUA, JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS FRUIT / LEAF WATER, GLYCERIN, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL, CAPRYLIC / CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, MENTHA PIPERITA OIL, HARPAGOPHYTUM PROCUMBENS ROOT EXTRACT, CARBOMER, ROSMARTHERINUS LEAF OIL 1,2, PROCINALISTHERINUS OIL, OIL, CITRUS LEAF OIL 1,2 -HEXANEDIOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, XANTHAN GUM, POLYGONATUM OFFICINALE RHIZOME / ROOT EXTRACT, MALTODEXTRIN, PICEA ABIES LEAF OIL, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, LIMONENE, PICEA MARIANA LEAF HYIRODROE OIL, ULTODEXTRIN, PICEA ABIES LEAF OIL, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, LIMONENE, PICEA MARIANA LEAF HYTRODROE OIL, ULTRAXMIDE, SODIUM
Capacity: 100 ml
Directions for use: Apply the gel to healthy skin and massage with light circular movements until the gel is completely absorbed. Renew the application if necessary several times a day. Wash hands after application.
Precautions for use
External use only, do not swallow.
Do not apply to wounds, varicose veins and mucous membranes.
Do not expose to the sun after application.
Avoid contact with the eyes. In case of contact, rinse thoroughly with water.
For adults only, not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women, nor for children under 3 years old.
In case of intolerance or irritation, immediately stop the application. If the intolerance persists, consult a doctor.
Wash hands after application. Keep out of reach of children.
Made in France
Harpagophytum procumbens DC
Harpagophytum is a plant specific to the south of the African continent: savannas with sandy soils of the Kalahari (Namibia, Botswana and South Africa) where it is concentrated around water points, farms and roads. It is a perennial plant with radiating creeping stems, with opposite leaves remarkable for its large solitary flowers (4-6 m) whose tube, light yellow, widens into a lobed corolla of a deep purplish red and by its fruit , a woody capsule furnished with prickles terminated by a crown of curved and sharp hooks. The main root is an axis that goes vertically into the ground up to a meter deep. The secondary tubers can reach up to 6 cm in diameter and 25 cm in length and are covered with a light brown to reddish brown suber. The parts used in medicine are the secondary tubercles.
Harpagophytum is a plant from Namibia imported into Europe since 1953. The indigenous peoples of southern Africa use this plant to relieve many ailments, including rheumatic pain, digestive disorders, fever and to relieve parturients. The Latin name Harpagophytum, which means "vegetable harpoon", comes from the fact that the fruit has claws that seem specially designed to grip the paws, hair and skin of living things that rub against them. Its common name, "devil's claw" derives from the frantic agitation of animals when fruit has become encrusted in their hooves or fleece.