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Invigorating Tibetan Shower Cream with Rhubarb by I Coloniali (500ml Shower Cream)

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Size: 500ml shower cream

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Product Description:

Known to the Chinese for centuries for its medicinal qualities, this cream invigorates while cleansing your skin. 500 ml - 16.6 fl. oz.

Product Details:

Ingredients: aqua (water), sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, parfum (fragrance), lauryl glucoside, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, styrene/ acrylates copolymer, tetrasodium edta, menthol, citric acid, methylparaben, menthyl, lactate, bht, peg-40 hydrogenated castor oil, ppg-26-buteth-26, propylparaben, eugenol, alpha-isomethyl ionone, coumarin, rheum palmatum root extract

UPC: 765950027469

MPN: 10077636

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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.