Quick OverviewA refreshing blend of Pure Vetiver essential oil and Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil. Coconut Oil softens, conditions and restores skin’s pH balance to reveal heather clearer skin. Pure Vetiver has renewing and regenerative properties that stimulates the skin, keep it toned and supple. The earthy, reviving scent of Vetiver and the cooling sensation it naturally imparts leave the body awakened and radiant.
Benefits:• 90% Natural • Cools and refreshes • Cleanses and tightens pores • Nourishes and moisturizes • Reduces inflammation
What to ExpectA soft, opaque green tinged soap bar with a distinctive earthy scent that cools and invigorates. Being a natural handmade product there may be variations in scent, shape and colour.
How to Use
How to applyWet skin with warm water, gently apply the soap to create a lather and rinse clean. Store in a cool, dry place to avoid quick melting of the soap.
VETIVERIA ZIZANIOIDES:Vetiveria Zizanioides, also known as Vetiver, has roots that are bittersweet and aromatic in nature. The oil distilled from its roots is used in several cosmetic and aromatherapy products. It cures acne, dry skin, ageing skin, and skin irritation. Vetiver essential oil helps relax the body and mind.
1 Reviews - 100% reviewers recommend this product.
The fresh radiant scent stimulates , hydrates and brings a rather invigorating closure to your pre-bathing skin therapy session.
The soap bath allows deep cleansing and also tightens the pores. It relaxes the skin post you massage and also aids in reducing inflammation if any due to its natural ingredient base. I do love the color must say which can vary as its natural but keep it safe and cool and it can last you a long time!!
Q. What type of fragrance is used in this soap?
Question by: PARTH SAMTHAAN on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM
A. We do not use any synthetic fragrances or chemical perfumes. We use pure essential oils only that are also skin friendly. This soap contains pure Vetiver or Khus essential oil.
Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM
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