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A Little Self Love Package

Regular price $29.00 CAD
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We all know someone that needs to know they are loved sometimes. Maybe its a friend, family member, neighbour, or ourselves. This Little Package of Love is a big, beautiful, heart-felt gift of self-care. Wrapped beautifully, the receiver will feel like they've gotten a big warm hug:) Allow them to enjoy a lovely evening of a rose petal bath, a lavender facial steam, soaking in our coconut milk bath bomb, all while holding their new rose quartz compassion crystal, and sipping a warm tea by candle light.

The kit includes:

  • 4oz Botanical Bath Soak (rosewood and sweet orange essential oil aromas) Recyclable/refillable glass bottle

  • Botanical bath bomb with organic rose petals and blue cornflowers

  • Rose quartz crystal, symbol of love and compassion

  • Organic rose petal + lavender mini facial steam

Is there anything better than gifting a little self-care?

Shelf life: 6 months

Our creations are completely natural, without chemical preservatives, they're meant to be enjoyed, not stored! A date stamp on the bottom of each product marks the time it was made, please use it up accordingly. Only invest in the larger size if you will go through it within the time given.

Product care:

Treat Lunah's skincare like you would fresh, whole foods from the earth, they need to be cared for accordingly in order to last. To ensure that the shelf life is not compromised, avoid introducing water into the containers and handle products with clean, dry hands to prevent any contamination. Avoid direct sunlight, heat + humidity. Keep products in cool, dry spot like your hall closet or shelf. The fridge in the summer time is a great spot too!

If this is your first time using this creation, perform an allergy test before hand. Do this by applying a small amount to your forearm and waiting 24 hours to see if any irritation occurs. If you are pregnant or are breastfeeding, you may want to speak with your health care practitioner for further guidance.