Diane Botanical Body Scrub Deep Moist

Diane Botanical Body Scrub Deep Moist


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Botanical scrub to remove old, flaky skin that also helps keeping the moisture of the body thanks to its whipped shea butter and organic sugar formula. It cleans pores and restores the natural softness of the skin.
• Contents: 160 g
• Materials: Water, cetyl ethylhexanoate, BG, glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate (SE), apricot seed, ceteth-20, ethylhexylglycerin, (hydroxyethyl acrylate / acryloyl dimethyltaurine Na) copolymer, squalane, hexa (hydroxy) Stearic acid / stearic acid / rosin acid) dipentaerythrityl, borosilicate (Ca / Na), silver oxide, carbomer, sorbitan sesquioleate, polysorbate 60, hydroxylated K, peach nucleus, apple fruit extract, black sugar, red oak extract, Almond oil, shea butter, jojoba seed oil, macadamia seed oil, persia glumi seed oil, calitris intropic tree oil, tea tree leaf oil, altea root extract, chamomile flower extract, santorii extract, sage leaf extract, sage extract / Leaf extract, Da Mask rose flower extract, touki Neem flower extract, sage flower extract, lavender flower extract, rosemary leaf extract, prune seed extract, argania spinosa kernel oil, white liana seed oil, mango seed oil, theobroma grunge florum oil, baobab seed oil, karapaguaianen Cis seed oil, sclerocaria birea seed oil, tocopherol, EDTA-2Na, phenoxyethanol, flavor
• Size: 16.3 x 4.2 x 4.2 cm
• Weight (Only the Product) [g]: 187 g
• Made in: Japan
• Manufacturer: Diane
• Handling Precautions: Do not use immediately after hair removal or over sunburns.Make sure you have not developed any skin lesions before continue using the product. Do not use over skin lesions such as scratches, swelling, eczemas, etc. Stop using in case of redness, swelling, itching, irritation, loss of color and/or darkening after or during use. Consult with a dermatologist before use.In case of contact with the eyes, do not rub and rinse immediately with plenty of water. Consult an ophthalmologist if the discomfort persists.

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