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Korres - Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel - 250 ml

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Description

Use the Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel from Korres as a quick splash power, relaxation or as a subtle fragrant boost. This soft Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel is ideal for daily use and has an aquatic, woody scent. The moisturizing shower gel contains wheat proteins, which provide a protective layer on the skin and maintain hydration levels.

The Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel from Korres is dermatologically tested and contains no parabens.

How to use

The Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel from Korres is nice to use in the shower: Lather over your body and gently massage clean. Then rinse off.

Ingredients

The Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel from Korres contains the following ingredients: Aqua/water/eau, sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, sodium cocoyl isethionate, parfum (fragrance), coco-glucoside, glyceryl oleate, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, arginine, benzyl alcohol, butylphenyl methylpropional, castorylmaleate, citronellol, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, hexylcinnamal, hydrolyzed wheat gluten, imidazolidinyl urea, lactic acid,limonene, linalool, phenoxyethanol, polyquaternium-7, potassiumsorbate, sodium dehydroacetate, sodium gluconate, tocopherol.

About the brand

Have you ever wondered why Greece produced so many god(esse)s? Well we know the answer! The secret is hidden in the Greek flora. And now, those flora are available to everyone thanks to Korres and their special beauty products. Be inspired by this modern Greek apothecary brand, with its homeopathic roots, and wonderful and effective natural care products. Korres offers a complete range of innovative and deliciously-scented unisex face-, body- and haircare products. All made using plant extracts from Greece’s fertile land. So now you no longer need to deliberate about how Greece managed to produce so many god(esse)s!