October/ November 2015 subscription deal

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Ingrid Starnes Vetyver Bergamot hand cream, valued at $49 and free with your <em>Urbis</em> Oct/Nov subscription deal.

Ingrid Starnes Vetyver Bergamot hand cream, valued at $49 and free with your Urbis Oct/Nov subscription deal.

Boutique New Zealand fashion label Ingrid Starnes makes skincare products with the same dedication to the very best materials and exacting production they bring to their clothing and perfume. They are now introducing their new Vetyver Bergamot hand cream: vetyver is an other-worldy, mystical scent: heady and intoxicating.

Bergamot, the citrus flower, is fresh and green – grapefruit and lime. These essential oils are blended with healing organic manuka honey and soothing organic goat’s milk. Active agents draw ambient moisture to replenish the skin, while natural, nut-based emollient oils retain softness. ingridstarnes.com

Subscribe to Urbis and receive a $49 Ingrid Starnes Vetyver Bergamot hand cream.

Subscribe here using the promo code INGRIDSTARNES.


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