MILD SCRUB

MILD SCRUB

Face scrub

50 ml

Thanks to its composition of finely ground bamboo, this scrub removes dead cells and impurities from the surface of the skin without irritating it. It acts gently and is perfectly suited to sensitive skin. The skin immediately becomes softer and more radiant.

 

MADE IN SWITZERLAND

    • Refines skin texture
    • Eliminates imperfections
    • Purifying and mattifying
  • Aqua (water), Alcohol denat., Petrolatum, Bambusa Arundinacea Stem Extract, Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil), Glyceryl stearate, Polysorbate 80, Cetyl alcohol, Stearyl alcohol, Alcohol, Isopropyl myristate, Parfum (fragrance), Lecitin, Formic acid, Tocopherol , Alpha-isomethyl ionone.
  • Apply this scrub once or twice a week to a perfectly cleansed face and neck, avoiding the eye contour area.

    Massage with lukewarm water in light circular movements, paying particular attention to areas of the face such as the chin, forehead or wings of the nose.

    Rinse with warm water, ideally with the Silk Towel. 

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    Best scrub on the market, hands down.

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    I haven’t been using it long but I like the feeling after using it.

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MILD SCRUB

Apply this scrub once or twice a week to a perfectly cleansed face and neck, avoiding the eye contour area.

Massage with lukewarm water in light circular movements, paying particular attention to areas of the face such as the chin, forehead or wings of the nose.

Rinse with warm water, ideally with the Silk Towel. 

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