Nutmeg, Ginger & Lime Soap

Country of Origin: India

A fresh, rejuvenating body soap with essential oils of Nutmeg, Ginger and Lime for a healthy glow.

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About Our Nutmeg, Ginger & Lime Soap

A citrusy Lime soap enriched with Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, and Green Tea extracts. Coconut and Castor oils relieve dryness, increase the skin's elasticity, delay aging, and enhance the texture of the skin. Green tea extract is a potent natural antioxidant that acts as a gentle exfoliant for a healthy glow. The essential oils of Nutmeg, Ginger & Lime are known for anti-inflammatory properties and leave the skin protected and radiant.

Did you know that Nutmeg, Ginger & Lime Soap also contains Green Tea Syamaparni rich in antioxidants for youthful skin?

How to use

  • 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.
Ingredients

    Benefits

    89% Natural & Refreshing Lime Soap

    This citrusy body soap is 89% natural, made from Nutmeg, Ginger, and Lime that provide a refreshing and rejuvenating effect.

    Relieves Dryness & Exfoliates

    Green Tea gently exfoliates the skin, leaving it glowing, while Coconut & Castor oil moisturise skin, relieve dryness, and increases elasticity and softness.

    Anti-Inflammatory

    The essential oils of Nutmeg, Ginger, and Lime have powerful anti-inflammatory properties that protect the skin and provide radiance.

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      Food For The Mind, Body & SoulLittle Black Book | Jul 31, 2017

      Their collection of incense sticks, candles and organic soaps, especially the nutmeg, ginger and lime, are swoon-worthy too.

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