Natural herbal soap with almond Oil Herbal Biofresh

  • Moisturizes and nourishes, adjusts the fat-lipid layer.
  • 100% natural product, contains almond oil.
  • High concentration of vitamins A and E, visibly retarding skin aging.
  • Suitable for all skin types and for everyday use.
  • Contains no parabens, petroleum derivatives, silicones, artificial colors and fragrances.
75 gr.
  • 1.02 (excl. VAT: €0.85)

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About the product

Natural herbal soap with almond oil Herbal Biofresh is entirely of vegetable origin, enriched with glycerin and palm oil. Nourishes and moisturizes in depth. Suitable for everyday use and for all skin types, especially dry and dehydrated.

The vitamins A and E contained in almond oil help hydrating the skin and visibly retarding the aging process .The oil delicately penetrates the deeper skin layers and regulates the fat-lipid layer giving the skin smoothness and softness. Antiseptic and antiallergic properties. Working well on skin irritation, refreshes and improves elasticity.

It leaves a feeling of velvety softness and delicate scent.

Directions for use

Soak and sap your hands and body until you get plenty of foam. Rinse thoroughly with water. The soap can be used for face, hands and body. Avoid contact with the eyes. Keep out of the reach of children. Only for external use.



Terms of Delivery

  • European countries

    starts from €10*

  • Rest of the World

    starts from €15*

* terms and conditions apply

Approximate delivery time

5-15 working days

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