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Birch Lip Care Cream - 15 ml
Birch Lip Care Cream - 15 ml

Natural beauty and well-being starts with the lips! Birch bark extract has a positive, soothing effect on dry, sensitive skin and, in combination with bisabolol, helps to reduce irritation and inflammation. Calendula oil, beeswax, vitamin E and panthenol round off the care and give your lips protection, suppleness and a delicate shine. Free from added fragrances and colours.

Price: 6.55 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Hyaluronic Acid Hand Cream - 125 ml
Hyaluronic Acid Hand Cream - 125 ml

Wrinkle reducing cream with visible "lifting effect". Hyaluronic acid is a genuine multi-talent! As a natural substance it is present in every tissue of the body. It is very much appreciated for its cosmetic properties, because it can draw an enormous amount of moisture to itself and also stimulates collagen formation. This encourages skin elasticity and improves skin texture and helps to smoothen lines and wrinkles. This way, the skin is plumped from within, what makes it noticeably smoother, firmer and tighter. Allantoin, collagen and precious Rosehip seed oil with its high content of linoleic and alpha linolenic acid help you to counter skin aging and thus have a soothing effect on the hands, make them look beautiful and well-groomed. The cream is well absorbed. Leaves a pleasant, delicate fragrance on your skin.

Price: 10.20 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Muskelfit Herbal Gel - 150 ml
Muskelfit Herbal Gel - 150 ml

Soothing, cooling gel for strained, tense, tired muscles. Muskelfit Herbal Gel contains a combination of selected plant and herbal extracts which, in combination with a massage, have a cooling, soothing effect on stressed, tense and tired muscles. Especially after sports, hiking, strenuous housework or gardening, etc., you will appreciate Muskelfit Herbal Gel as a real treat for the muscles! Aloe vera, panthenol, menthol, mint oil, sorbitol and betaine nourish and refresh the skin and provide moisture. Extracts of arnica, rosemary, lavender, horse chestnut, butcher's broom and tiger grass ideally complement the soothing, caring effect. Muskelfit Herbal Gel has a pleasant, natural herbal fragrance without artificial scents.

Price: 12.10 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Swiss Stone Pine Duvet135 x 200 cm - 1 item
Swiss Stone Pine Duvet135 x 200 cm - 1 item

All-season duvet made of cotton, filled with virgin sheep's wool and stone pine flakes. Dimensions: approx. 135 x 200 cm. The Swiss stone pine, also known as Arolla pine, contains an essential oil in its wood that exudes a unique, tangy, spicy scent. More and more enthusiastic customers find this fragrance conducive to healthy, restful sleep. Our Swiss stone pine quilt, which can be used all year round, contains Swiss stone pine flakes in combination with cosy, natural sheep's wool. Enjoy the fir-spicy scent of Swiss stone pine, which is commonly perceived as conducive to healthy, restful sleep.

Price: 211.76 £ | Shipping*: 12.00 £

How does the stovetop work?

The stovetop works by generating heat through either gas burners or electric coils. When the stovetop is turned on, the heat sourc...

The stovetop works by generating heat through either gas burners or electric coils. When the stovetop is turned on, the heat source warms up the cooking surface, allowing pots and pans to be placed on top for cooking. The heat is then transferred from the stovetop to the cookware, heating up the food inside. The user can control the temperature by adjusting the settings on the stovetop, either by turning a knob for gas stoves or selecting a heat level for electric stoves.

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Keywords: Heat Burner Flame Cookware Ignition Control Grate Gas Electric Conduction

How does water burn on a stovetop?

Water does not burn on a stovetop because it is already in its liquid form and cannot catch fire. When water is heated on a stovet...

Water does not burn on a stovetop because it is already in its liquid form and cannot catch fire. When water is heated on a stovetop, it reaches its boiling point and turns into steam. The steam is a result of the water evaporating, not burning. However, if all the water evaporates and the pot is left empty on the hot stovetop, the pot itself can become extremely hot and potentially catch fire.

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Keywords: Boil Evaporate Heat Vaporize Ignite Steam Combustion Temperature Gas Flame

How do I remove plastic from the stovetop?

To remove plastic from a stovetop, start by turning off the heat and allowing the plastic to cool completely. Once cooled, gently...

To remove plastic from a stovetop, start by turning off the heat and allowing the plastic to cool completely. Once cooled, gently scrape off as much of the plastic as possible using a plastic scraper or a credit card. Next, mix a solution of equal parts baking soda and water to create a paste, apply it to the remaining plastic residue, and let it sit for a few minutes. Finally, use a soft cloth or sponge to scrub the area, rinse with water, and dry thoroughly.

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Keywords: Scraper Cleaner Sponge Degreaser Soak Razor Wipe Heat Vinegar Baking soda

What does this symbol on the stovetop mean?

The symbol on the stovetop is a representation of a pot or pan with three lines underneath it. This symbol indicates that this par...

The symbol on the stovetop is a representation of a pot or pan with three lines underneath it. This symbol indicates that this particular burner is designed for use with cookware that has a flat bottom. The three lines underneath the pot or pan symbol suggest the level of heat intensity that can be used with this burner. It is important to match the cookware to the correct burner to ensure efficient cooking and prevent damage to the stovetop.

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Keywords: Symbol Stovetop Meaning Instruction Indicator Function Control Appliance Kitchen Explanation

Hand-flattering Hand Cream - 50 ml
Hand-flattering Hand Cream - 50 ml

This unusual hand cream is a wonderful gift for your hands! With its pleasantly light texture, valuable care components with argan oil, shea butter and allantoin and a subtle, fruity-fresh fragrance, it is the ideal support for delicate, velvety-soft hands. A highly-effective humidity regulator on a natural basis protects the skin against drying out. The cream absorbs quickly without leaving an unpleasant film behind. Using the practical Airless dispenser, the cream can be taken anywhere with you and applied easily and sparingly.

Price: 6.55 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Eskimo Oil Bath - 750 ml
Eskimo Oil Bath - 750 ml

A mild, moisturizing oil bath with a high proportion of soybean oil. Wild rose oil which is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids and Vitamin E supports the caring properties.Eskimo Oil Bath supplies the skin with essential, skin-related lipids and thus is ideallysuited for dry and flaky skin. Fragrance, color and preservative free.

Price: 15.13 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Eskimo Intensive Care Cream - 100 ml
Eskimo Intensive Care Cream - 100 ml

Eskimo Intensive Care Cream has been developed for extremely dry, flaky skin. A high vitamin E content of 10 % combined with urea and panthenol soothes irritated skin and reduces any feeling of tension. The skin's moisture levels are regulated and your physiological defences are strengthened. Eskimo Intensive Care Cream gently soothes the skin and keeps it supple. Fragrance, color and preservative free. Now scientifically proven by a dermatological institute: Our Eskimo Intensive Care Cream helps soothe dry, flaky skin; 100 percent of participants in the four-week test found that they tolerated the cream very well!

Price: 13.61 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Lavender Shower Gel - 250 ml
Lavender Shower Gel - 250 ml

This gently-caring shower gel enchants you with its summery-delicate fragrance of flowering lavender fields. Real essential lavender oil and the best, moisturising care substances delight your senses, pamper your skin and give it a velvety-soft feel. Enjoy this harmonising, relaxing shower experience before or after a strenuous day.

Price: 3.98 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £

How do I remove oil from the stovetop?

To remove oil from the stovetop, start by sprinkling a generous amount of baking soda over the affected area. Then, using a damp c...

To remove oil from the stovetop, start by sprinkling a generous amount of baking soda over the affected area. Then, using a damp cloth or sponge, gently scrub the baking soda into the oil stains. After scrubbing, wipe the stovetop with a clean, damp cloth to remove the baking soda and oil residue. For tougher stains, you can also use a mixture of dish soap and water to help break down the oil before wiping it away.

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How can one eat without using a stovetop?

One can eat without using a stovetop by preparing meals that do not require cooking, such as salads, sandwiches, or smoothies. Add...

One can eat without using a stovetop by preparing meals that do not require cooking, such as salads, sandwiches, or smoothies. Additionally, one can use alternative cooking methods such as a microwave, toaster oven, slow cooker, or electric skillet to prepare meals without a stovetop. Another option is to purchase pre-cooked or ready-to-eat meals that can be heated in a microwave or eaten cold. Lastly, one can also consider meal delivery services or meal kits that provide pre-portioned ingredients and recipes for easy preparation without the need for a stovetop.

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How do you use a rough stovetop for pans?

To use a rough stovetop for pans, it is important to ensure the stovetop is clean and dry before placing any pans on it. When plac...

To use a rough stovetop for pans, it is important to ensure the stovetop is clean and dry before placing any pans on it. When placing a pan on a rough stovetop, make sure it is centered and stable to prevent any tipping or spilling. Adjust the heat settings carefully as rough stovetops can distribute heat unevenly, leading to hot spots. It is also recommended to use cookware with flat bottoms to ensure even heat distribution on a rough stovetop.

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Keywords: Heat Adjust Position Handle Clean Protect Level Cook Distribute Maintain

How do you remove burnt milk from the stovetop?

To remove burnt milk from a stovetop, start by letting the stovetop cool down completely. Then, sprinkle baking soda over the burn...

To remove burnt milk from a stovetop, start by letting the stovetop cool down completely. Then, sprinkle baking soda over the burnt area and add a small amount of white vinegar. Let the mixture sit for a few minutes to loosen the burnt milk. Use a sponge or scrub brush to gently scrub the area, then wipe clean with a damp cloth. Repeat the process if necessary until the burnt milk is completely removed.

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Keywords: Scrub Soak Vinegar Baking soda Scraper Sponge Degreaser Cloth Heat Ammonia

Bathing Dream Spa Bath Set - 600 ml
Bathing Dream Spa Bath Set - 600 ml

A collection of our most popular bath additives from our own production. Top quality, skin friendly care substances, valuable plant extracts and natural herbal fragrances turn every bath into an experience of pure relaxation and complacency. Just enjoy - just as the fancy takes you! Milk Bath 100 ml Moor Extract Bath 100 m Hay Flower Spa Bath 100 m Mountain Pine Spa Bath 100 m Lavender Spa Bath 100 m Badesan Herbal Spa Bath 100 m Milk BathA health, beauty and cleansing bath with particularly skin-friendly properties. It is suitable for all types of skin and can be used instead of soap in a bath or shower and - especially for sensitive skin - for washing your face. The precious linoleic acid supports the skin’s protective acid mantle; pure milk powder and skin vitamins give the skin elasticity and a feeling of velvety freshness. Moor Extract BathThe moor bath for the use at home exists already for a long time, but it is rejected by many patients because the black coloured moor mud has a sinister effect and it is in the imagination that these moor baths are dirty, spoil the bath tub and block the sink.Because the powers of the black moor are indisputable, one should therefore not go without it, the contained moor extract was gently obtained by a special process. Absolutely natural and pure. There is no mud left in the tub.Valuable components of the moor extract: humic acids, waxes, resins, growth factors. A high-quality bath remedy to activate physical functions and to soothe the skin.A bath with our Moor Extract Bath stimulates the circulation in the skin and has a relaxing, pleasant effect on the entire body. Hay Flower Spa BathStimulates the metabolism of the whole organism and stimulates the circulation in the skin. It contains valuable natural extracts, caring oils, vitamin A and E as well as refattening agents. Mountain Pine Spa BathContains Carinthia's mountain pine oil. A tingly, refreshing bath for the whole body, with the original power of the Carinthia's mountain pine oil. It has a circulation-promoting and anti-inflammatory effect. Leaves your skin soft and smooth. Lavender Spa BathNon-foaming. Strengthens skin circulation, pleasant after mental and physical strain. A wonderful fragrant and calming refreshment and skin caring bath, that cannot be missing in any bath. Badesan Herbal Spa BathContains the vegetable active substances of conker, yarrow, hay flower, rosemary, spruce needles and camomile. A health and beauty bath which has a stimulatory, refreshing, skin caring and healthy effect. The natural personal hygiene, which is gentle on the skin, - just for our hectic live.

Price: 13.61 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml

This "feel-good spa" contains the caring, skin-friendly ingredients of Aloe Vera (50%) together with harmonious fragrances, resulting in a bathing experience full of relaxation and enjoyment. The natural moisturising factors and the healthy active substances of aloe vera help to maintain your skin smooth and supple. The unique eudermic qualities of aloe vera have already been known since the antiquity, why the “Queen of the desert” is not only much appreciated by people with skin problems.

Price: 9.58 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Eskimo Shower Gel - 500 ml
Eskimo Shower Gel - 500 ml

Shower care with moisturizing urea. For the daily shower and hand washing for all types of dry skin. Also concomitant to therapy, eg skin conditions, such as neurodermatitis and psoriasis. Eskimo Shower Gel is free from alkali soaps, cleans extra mild and gently. Fragrance and color free.

Price: 7.56 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £
Japanese Medicinal Plant Oil - 30 ml
Japanese Medicinal Plant Oil - 30 ml

Active ingredient: 100 % essential mint oil Ethereal oil with a broad spectrum efficacy. Rub for muscle and neuralgic pain; herbal medicinal gastrointestinal remedy; for the treatment of respiratory diseases; mouth and throat remedy; for refreshment, stimulation and relaxation. Rub a few drops of mint oil on forehead, temples and neck - refreshes and invigorates. With cramps and tensions gently massage a few drops of the oil into the affected body area. A few drops dissolved in water refresh and purify the breath. Also suitable as bath additive, sauna-infusion, for treating insect bites and for the massage. Essential oils are volatile fragrance essences which plants store in petals, leaves, fruits, barks, roots and woods. to improve the fragrance in living areas by susing oil burners to vaporise in water-filled bowls on any heat sources for pouring over sauna stones mixed with water to refresh flower potpourris Since essential oils increase the skin's light sensitivity this product should not be applied shortly before sunbathing or before using tanning beds!

Price: 4.54 £ | Shipping*: 14.50 £

Can I heat a pizza stone on a stovetop?

No, it is not safe to heat a pizza stone on a stovetop. Pizza stones are designed to be heated in an oven, not on a stovetop. Heat...

No, it is not safe to heat a pizza stone on a stovetop. Pizza stones are designed to be heated in an oven, not on a stovetop. Heating a pizza stone on a stovetop can cause it to crack or break, and can also pose a fire hazard. It is best to follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper use and care of your pizza stone.

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Are you looking for a roasting pan for the stovetop?

No, I am not looking for a roasting pan for the stovetop.

No, I am not looking for a roasting pan for the stovetop.

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Keywords: Roasting Pan Stovetop Cooking Kitchen Oven Heat Durable Nonstick Size

How do I heat a glass bowl on a stovetop?

To heat a glass bowl on a stovetop, it is important to use a heat-resistant glass bowl that is specifically designed for stovetop...

To heat a glass bowl on a stovetop, it is important to use a heat-resistant glass bowl that is specifically designed for stovetop use. Place the glass bowl on the stovetop burner over low to medium heat. It is recommended to use a diffuser or a trivet to distribute the heat evenly and prevent the glass from cracking due to sudden temperature changes. Monitor the glass bowl closely while heating to avoid overheating and always use oven mitts or pot holders to handle the hot bowl.

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Keywords: Heat Glass Bowl Stovetop Method Safety Temperature Utensil Technique Careful

What is better, an electric kettle or a stovetop kettle?

The choice between an electric kettle and a stovetop kettle depends on personal preference and lifestyle. An electric kettle is ge...

The choice between an electric kettle and a stovetop kettle depends on personal preference and lifestyle. An electric kettle is generally faster and more convenient, as it can quickly heat water with the push of a button and automatically shut off when the water reaches the desired temperature. On the other hand, a stovetop kettle allows for more control over the heating process and can be used on any type of stovetop, including gas, electric, and induction. Ultimately, the decision between the two comes down to individual needs and preferences.

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