Hydrating Face Cleansing Gel | Dry Skin

Hydrating Face Cleansing Gel | Dry Skin

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Gentle to your skin with natural foam and rich with aloevera, Purify, cleans and hydrate dry skin with our hydrating face cleansing gel

Hydrating Face Cleansing Gel cleanses, removes impurities and hydrates the skin at the same time. Enriched with shea butter and jojoba seed oil which rapidly absorb and deeply penetrate to soften and soothe dry skin and infused with geranium rose essential oil and coconut oil to provide long lasting moisturizing effect.

            Made in the UAE


            Directions: Work a small amount of gel in to a foamy lather by mixing it with warm water and massage onto face with a gentle, circular motion. Rinse off with warm water.

            Free From: Sulfates, Synthetic Perfumes, GMO (genetically modified organism), Parabens , Silicons, Paraffin, Synthetic Coloring, Petroleum Jelly, Petroleum Oil and 1.500 other chemical ingredients


            Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Unpasterized Honey, Shea butter, Geranium Rose Essential Oil, Monoï de Tahiti A.O. Brut Toco, Trehalose, Simmondsia chinensis oil ( Jojoba )


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