Himalaya Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Face Scrub Tube Of 100 G
Exfoliates dead skin cells and blackheads and unclogs pores.
Himalaya's Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub exfoliates dead skin cells and blackheads and unclogs pores. It also deep cleanses facial skin and stimulates fresh cell growth to keep skin soft and glowing.
Routine cleansing does not remove dead skin cells and deeply embedded impurities, leaving skin lifeless and prone to blackheads.
Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub has Apricot kernel granules that gently scrub the skin to remove dead skin cells and blackheads. Wheat Germ Oil, rich in natural Vitamin E, moisturizes the skin, and Crab Apple provides nourishment for healthy, glowing skin.
Apricot Seed Powder : It is known for its abrasive action, removes dead skin cells and blackheads which brings out your skinÃ¢â¬â¢s natural glow.
Crab Apple : It has antiseptic, cooling, soothing, nutritive and keratolytic properties. It reduces skin inflammation and helps remove dead skin fragments. Crab Apple is also a rich source of vitamins and antioxidants which prevent skin cell degeneration and premature skin aging.
Wheat Germ Oil : Due to its high concentration of Vitamin E, along with proteins and natural antioxidants, it is ideal for most skin types. It is the perfect ingredient for our face scrub as it nourishes the skin and boosts the skinÃ¢â¬â¢s elasticity.
Directions for use:
Apply Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub in a circular motion on the face and neck. Wipe off with a moist cotton pad. Rinse with water and pat dry. Use at least once a week for a glowing, healthy complexion.
Suitable for dry to normal skin.
Gentle Exfoliating Apricot Scrub is dermatologically-tested, non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic.
50g & 100g.
Not tested on animals
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Makali, Bengaluru - 562162
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