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  • Crystal hand-spray offers hygiene for wellness seekers
  • Crystal hand-spray offers hygiene for wellness seekers
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Crystal hand-spray offers hygiene for wellness seekers

As COVID-19 brings hand hygiene to the fore, cleanliness is poised to become part of people’s self-care routines for good. Playing into this shift is UK brand The Palm of Feronia, which is launching a hand-cleansing spray made with natural crystals that promote renewal and purification.

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