Rose & Basil Soap

$8.00
125 gm

Concerns

Concerns


Dull And Dry Skin, Dirt & Impurities
An exfoliating bath soap with rose petals that reduces skin irritation and deep-cleanses the skin, resulting in radiant and supple skin. This nourishing handmade soap gently exfoliates dirt and grime from the skin and thoroughly moisturizes the skin.

Comprising antibacterial properties, rose petals help soothe irritated skin and prevent breakouts. Basil moisturizes dry skin and keeps skin infections away. The rich properties of rose flower extract help minimize redness and soothe the skin. Mineral-rich rose flower extract also heals dry skin and protects the skin from free radicals.


• Gently cleanses and exfoliates the skin
• Reduces dryness and dullness
• Evens out skin texture and makes it supple
• Makes skin healthy and radiant

Rose Flower Extract, Rose Petals and Basil.

Rosa centifolia 200 mg, Aloe Barbadensis 200 mg, Ocimum Sanctum 150 mg, Azadirachta indica 150 mg, Honey 50 mg, Fragrance, Color, Soap Base Q.S to 100%


STEP 1: Wet your face with lukewarm water.
STEP 2: Lather up the soap and apply it to the damp face.
STEP 3: Gently massage to cleanse the face.
STEP 4: Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.
Recommended use: Use 2-3 times a day for best results.

• Natural ingredients • Cruelty-free • Paraben-free • Sulphate-free

Disclaimer

• We care for you, so we highly recommend that you do a patch test before using any product with natural ingredients. Under the jawline for facecare Inner elbow for body care.
• All products on our website are made with fresh and natural ingredients, hence may change in consistency and color over a period of time, or during climatic changes. However, this change does not affect the efficacy of the product.
• Be sure to store the product in a cool, dry place after opening them.
• Certain products have a short shelf life after opening, hence we recommend you keep a check on that.
• Avoid dipping wet fingers, scoop out product always with a spatula.
• Stop using the product if irritation occurs, consult physician if irritation continues.
• Consult a physician if lactating or during pregnancy.



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