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Organic Horse Chestnut

Horse Balm

Details

Details

alkmene® Horse Balm is perfect after a long, physically demanding day. Thanks to its unique formula with organic horse chestnut extract, camphor extract and arnica extract, it has a cooling and relaxing effect.

The alkmene® promise

Guaranteed 100%
  • Horse chestnut extract from controlled organic cultivation
  • Made In Germany
  • Tube made from 60% recycled material
  • Vegan
Guaranteed 0%
    • No parabens and silicones
    • No mineral oil
    • No PEGs, soidum lauryl suflate (SLS), sodium laureth sulfate (SLES)

      Application

      Apply a thin layer to the parts of the body to be treated and massage in. Easy to apply. Is quickly and completely absorbed into the skin.

      Ingredients
      AQUA (WATER), ALCOHOL DENAT., GLYCERIN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, CARBOMER, CAMPHOR, MENTHOL, ARNICA MONTANA FLOWER EXTRACT, AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM (HORSE CHESTNUT) SEED EXTRACT, MENTHA ARVENSIS HERB OIL, MENTHA PIPERITA (PEPPERMINT) OIL, GLUCOSE, EUCALYPTOL, SODIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, LIMONENE, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, LACTIC ACID, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM SULFATE, CI 42090

      Product formulas are subject to modification. The information provided here refers to the current range and is updated on a regular basis. In the event of alterations to formulas, products with the old as well as the new formula can both be found in stores. Therefore, the buyer should always carefully read all the information on the packaging. This particularly applies to the list of ingredients as regards intolerabilities.
      Additional product facts

      Category: : Sport
      Medicinal plants: Organic Horse Chestnut
      GTIN: 4003583197019
      SKU: 005423
      PZN: 13568707 (D)
      Content: 150 ml
      Price:

      Find out more

      Find out more
      Even the Ottomans knew about the potency of this tree and its fruit. During the Ottoman wars, Turkish grooms added chestnuts to the food of the exhausted animals to give them strength. These include helping to reduce inflammation and swelling, boosting the metabolism and promoting circulation.
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