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Moroccan Menthe Vanilla Argan & Olive Hand & Body Wash
Wash away the dirt while pampering skin with anti-aging squalene rich argan and olive oils.
Made with an all natural, invigorating blend of mint essential oil and real vanilla.
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Envelope your skin in a whole new experience. Anti-aging argan and olive oils, high in plant squalene, form this luxuriating wash comparable to no other. Place at the sink to soften hands as you wash away the grime. Please and impress your guests. Or pamper your skin and senses with a gentle wash using an organic luffah.
The scent of this wash reminds Tammie of the nights she would drink fresh mint tea in the open market in Marrakesh. She and her children would travel by bus in the evening to eat in the open market that came to life only at night. Glasses were lined with fresh mint leaves and sugar cubes waiting to be brought to life with hot water from ornate silver pots. The cooling, refreshing tea is the national drink of Morocco and helps cool the body in the heat of the Moroccan desert. A touch of vanilla brings out the sweetness in this invigorating mud wash.
deionized water, organic sunflower seed oil, organic virgin coconut oil, organic, extra virgin olive oil, organic argan oil, potassium hydroxide, citric acid, mint essential oil, pure vanilla
Use daily on hands, feet and body. Not recommended for face. Apply all over body. Allow to set 5-10 minutes. Scrub off using a hand mitt or Shea Terra Organics' Moroccan Scrubber. Follow up with one of Shea Terra Organics' Argan & Olive Anti-aging Hand & Body Lotions.
Shea Terra Organics' washes are made with 100% natural ingredients, containing no harsh and irritating chemicals. Our washes are scented with pure plant and fruit extracts and NEVER synthetic fragrances which can be toxic and cause allergic reactions, in particularly headaches.
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