Navaa Retexturising Soap

A pure vegetable soap for the face and body that suits all skin types and refines skin texture.

$7.00
Quick Overview:
A face and body cleanser that cleanses, hydrates and refines all skin types. The neutral and mild formula cleans and protects skin from environmental pollutants, damage and toxins. Contains Coconut Oil that is rich in nutrients and helps to relieve dryness, remove dead skin and has natural antioxidants. Also has Castor Oil that absorbs easily into skin and works as an excellent moisturizer. This cleansing formulation smoothes, polishes and retexturises skin to leave it even, toned and stress free.
Benefits :
• 69% Natural
• Gentle and mild cleansing
• Refines all skin types
• Smoothes and evens
What to Expect:
A mild scented soap that lathers slightly and rinses clean.

How to Apply

Can be used on both face and body.Wet 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.

Use With

GREEN CARADAMOM

Aromatic in nature, it has various dermatological and anti-microbial qualities. It is particularly effective in soothing inflammatory symptoms in the skin.
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Q. Is this only a body soap?

Question by: ROBIN SINGH on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. No this can be used on the face and body both.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

Q. How often can I use it?

Question by: ROBIN SINGH on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. It can be used be everyday without any problem.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

Q. My skin is dry and gets patches. Can I continue using it?

Question by: ROBIN SINGH on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. Yes you can useit every day, this soap is beneficial for dry and patchy skin due to the Coconut oil present in it.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

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