Sensitive Skin Teatree Tea Tree Facial Wash 100ml

Rs.358

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Package Contents: 1 Pack of 100ml Sensitive Skin Teatree Tea Tree Facial Wash
Dispatch time: 2-3 days
This product does not qualify for returns.

Sold By Botanic Love
SKU: BLBCP09 Category:

Note : The actual products may slightly differ from the images displayed on the website. As these are handmade products and there might be slight variations which adds to the uniqueness of this exquisite product. This should not be treat as a flaw or a defect.

Ingredients: Aqua, Melaleuca Alternifolia, Tocopheryl acetate (E-vit.), Lactic Acid, Undecylenic Acid, Limonene.
Directions for usage: Apply a small amount in the palm of hands, add water and cleanse the skin - rinse thoroughly.
Origin: Punjab
Care Instructions: Once opened transfer it to an airtight container and store in a dry place. Do not use if after expiry date and discard it safely.
Disclaimer: i) We try to ensure that every product is displayed accurately online. However the colour of the actual product may vary from the image displayed due to the variations in screen resolution.

Botanic Love’s Sensitive Skin Teatree Facial Wash is a multi functional natural facial wash that can be used by all….Men, women & children to clean the skin gently & treat several skin ailments including fungal infections, inflamed skin, acne, pimples, sensitivity, rash, spots, blemishes, acne, dry and inflammation of any kind. This is the perfect tea tree oil product for teenagers or those suffering from dry, red or (easily irritated) skin condition. This is one of our products that guards the skin against EMR -Electromagnetic Radiation-for all those who suffer due to the quantum effects that permanently damage materials and tissues at the molecular level while using Laptops/Mobiles and other electronic gadgets.

Usage: Apply a small amount in the palm of hands, add water and cleanse the skin – rinse thoroughly.
Ingredients: Aqua, Melaleuca Alternifolia, Tocopheryl acetate (E-vit.), Lactic Acid, Undecylenic Acid, Limonene.

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