MANDARINLOVE Body Scrub
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There is nothing more wonderful than a deliciously scented peeling that makes your skin look healthy. We managed to create a product that is pleasantly sweet-scented and juicy as tangerines. We want to present to you a salt peeling - a product that we all have fallen in love with since the first use and that we enjoy with each and every use.
Salt particles stimulate circulation during massage, exfoliate dead skin cells; carrot oil gives the skin a healthy look, and mandarin oil fights with loss of firmness, stretch marks and scars.
Capacity: 250 ml, transparent glass jar
Mandarinlove BodyScrub perfectly exfoliates dead skin cells thanks to a mixture of pink Kłodawa salt and pink Himalayan salt
Natural minerals present in salt additionally care for the skin
Daily massage of your body with orange peel oils allows you to effectively fight cellulite, stretch marks and makes your skin more firm
No artificial dies! The scrub owes its colour to the addition of natural carrot oil - it improves skin tone, giving it a healthy shade of light tan
Despite the fact that the peeling was created on the basis of salt, it does not make your skin dry. In the formula you will also find nourishing oils - sweet almond oil, coconut and shea butter,
Addition of tangerine oil will not only fight with the loss of firmness or skin scars, but will also leave a beautiful, sweet and citrus scent all over your body!
Ingredients/INCI: Kłodawa Pink Salt, Himalayan Pink Salt, Shea Butter *, Sweet Almond Oil *, Carrot Macerate, Coconut Oil *, Wax, Glycerin, Mandarin Oil *
* organic ingredients
Use the scrub at least once a week.
Apply a handful amount to a chosen body part and massage lightly. Wash off any excess of the product, and dry off the skin with a towel. Your skin should be covered lightly with the oils present in the body scrub. Leave them on and let them work magic on your skin!
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