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    Dead Sea Mud Body and Hair  - mini

    HelemaalShea Dead Sea Mud Body and Hair - mini

    €2,49

    HelemaalShea

    Dead Sea Mud Body and Hair - mini

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    €2,49 Incl. tax

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      Mud from the Dead Sea has a soothing effect on irritated skin. Next to that, the mud stimulates the bloodflow and isn't it only for cleaning, but also for peeling the skin. Say goodbye to impurities and toxics on the skin. As a shampoo it can be used for

      Product description

      Mud from the Dead Sea has a soothing effect on irritated skin. Next to that, the mud stimulates the bloodflow and isn't it only for cleaning, but also for peeling the skin. Say goodbye to impurities and toxics on the skin. As a shampoo it can be used for 'normal' hair. It will make your hair full and shiny. The scents of lavender, sandelwood and Tea Tree oil are distracting you from rubbing mud on your skin and hair.

      Do you also choose this Dead Sea Soap (mini) by HelemaalShea?

      • for body and hair
      • for men and women
      • cleans, exfoliates the skin
      • makes hair full and shiny
      • easy to use
      • 100% vegan

      Ingredients:

      Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Castorate, glycerine, water, Sodium Sweetalmondate, maris limus, Sodium Babassuate, bentonite, Lavandula Hybrida, Juniperus Virginiana, Melaleuca Alternifolia, charcoal powder, linalool**, geraniol**, limonene**

      * Biological
      ** Naturally in etheric oils

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