We are proud to announce that our Oblepikha Siberica Energising Freshness Shower Gel has been recognised as Highly Commended in the Nature and Health 2018 Natural Beauty Awards in the Shower Gel category.
In their 11th year, the annual Nature and Health Natural Beauty Awards received over 300 entries from major Australian natural beauty brands, with every product submitted for review required to be natural, organic, and eco-friendly. Judges sniffed, slathered, and scrubbed their way through numerous products to find this year’s winners.
The Oblepikha Siberica Energising Freshness Shower Gel joins the rest of our award-winning Natura Siberica bath and body products, which includes the Oblepikha Siberica Honey Body Scrub, Oblepikha Siberica Nutrition and Repair Shampoo, and Natura Siberica Lifting Hand Cream.
This invigorating shower gel envelops you in a gentle foam that leaves skin feeling gently but effectively cleansed, and fresh all day long. Vitamins C and E, Altai Sea Buckthorn Oil, Cranberry Oil, and Cedar Oil work to hydrate the skin, making it smoother and firmer. Organic Mint Extract adds a touch of coolness to the skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Launched in Australia in 2015, the Natura Siberica range is created using unique natural and organic Wild Harvested herbs and flowers sourced from the unspoilt continent of Siberia. Our Our Oblepikha Siberica products are formulated without the use of parabens, SLS, SLES, PEGs, Glycols or Mineral Oils.
Natura Siberica products contain 4 out of 12 of the world’s natural adaptogens along with other Siberian herbs and plants, which offer unique health and beauty benefits and possesses strong antioxidant and protective properties. The Natura Siberica ranges uses Siberian Pine Nut Oil as the base for all creams, conditioners, and shampoos. Five times richer in Vitamin E than Olive Oil and three times richer in Vitamin F than Cod Liver Oil, it reinforces the skin’s natural barriers and protects it against harmful effects of the sun, wind, cold and extreme environments.