VLCC Wild Turmeric Face Wash - 100ml
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- Antiseptic cleanser for healthy skin
- Has purifying & healing qualities
- Suitable for all skin types
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Wild turmeric, used in numerous Ayurvedic products, is known for its skin purifying and healing qualities. It is loaded with anti-oxidants and has anti-inflammatory, anti-septic and anti-bacterial properties. The yellow pigment in the turmeric makes the skin look brighter. Wild turmeric along with Honey, which is another great natural anti-septic and a rich hydrator, makes this facewash a refreshing, gentle cleanser that removes microbes and pollutants from the pores and protects the skin against environmental damage. Use this daily for clear, brighter complexion.
Key Ingredients :
Termanalia Arjuna (Arjuna Bark Ext) 0.6%, Euphorbia Thymifolia (Euphorbia Seed Ext) 1.2%, Cucurma Aromatica (Wild Turmeric Ext) 2.25%, Sapindus Trifoliatus (Soap Nut Ext) 5%, Apis Mellifica (Honey) 2%, Cleanser Base Q.S.
How to Use :
Apply a small amount of the cleanser on moist face and neck. Massage gently with your fingertips & rinse thoroughly. May be used round the year. Use twice daily. For a smooth & supple skin, follow this with the VLCC Honey Moisturiser.
- Quantity: 80ml; Item Form: Foam
- Natural deep clean face wash enhanced with turmeric extract; Enriched with turmeric and honey: High levels of anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant properties
- It removes microbes and pollutants from the innermost pores leaving the skin fresh & tingling
- Enriched with arjuna extract: Encourages blood flow, improving the complexion of the skin and healing it; Skin Type: Suitable for all skin types
- Usage: Lather and apply generously to the skin and then gently massage. For best results, work up a rich lather and leave for 2 minutes before wash
- Target Audience: Men
- Package Contents: 1 Face Wash
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