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Indian Sesame Soap by I Coloniali (150g Soap)

Item #10068193
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Size: 150g soap

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By Scent: sesame
By Country: italy

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Product Description:

Sesame is grown in China and India where it has always been a symbol of immortality and new life. Sesame possesses energizing qualities, which leaves the skin feeling soft and silky all day long. Made in Italy.

Product Details:

Ingredients: sodium tallowate, sodium cocoate, parfum (fragrance), mica, shorea stenoptera seed butter, titanium dioxide, aqua (water), sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil, tetrasodium edta, tetrasodium etidronate, eugenol, alpha-isomethyl ionone, coumarin, CI 77491 (iron oxides), CI 77492 (iron oxides), CI 77499 (iron oxides)

UPC: 765950027438

MPN: 10077641

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About I Coloniali:

In a world where we have less time for ourselves and to take care of our bodies, it is so nice to recapture relaxing and restful moments and find yourself in your very own oasis of wellness. For decades, the I Coloniali line has offered a series of products enriched with original ingredients from the Orient whose objective is to reestablish harmony within the body and the spirit. This selection of the best body care products from around the world ensues from the illustrious tradition of James & Edwards Atkinsons, perfumers in London since the 18th century.