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Papaya Soap 135 gr
Papaya Soap 135 gr

Papaya Soap 135 gr

€3,95
Incl. tax

Papaya soap from Silka is a Whitening herbal soap that is very popular in the Philippines.

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Papaya Soap

Experience a natural and effective way to cleanse and whiten your skin. Enriched with Papaya enzyme that helps eliminate dead skin cells for clearer, younger-looking skin
Blended with Vitamin E that acts as an antioxidant for strengthening the skin's barrier function, increase skin's resiliency against free radicals and conditioning agent for improved softness.
Enjoy its fruity fragrance for all-day freshness. Use regularly to achieve lighter, smoother complexion.

Papaya

Papaya extract is the main component of the Likas Papaya soap. Papaya extract is the world's best-known skin whitening component. The papaya extract does no more than accelerating cell renewal in the skin. The papaya is the fruit of the Carica Papaya plant and is found in the tropics and central and south America. The papaya plant is a plant with a trunk of 5 to 10 meters high. The fruit is a fairly large fruit that can turn orange to red / orange in color. The fruit is a great source of Vitamin A, C and E. Vitamin C is known to be an antioxidant. This helps with the signs of aging and stimulates collagen production. Collagen is the protein that relaxes the skin. Vitamin A aids in the healing of skin damage by rebuilding the tissue in the skin. Vitamin E is known as an antioxidant to help fight signs of aging caused by smoking and exposure to the excessive sun. Age spots, lines, and wrinkles are reduced by vitamin E.

 

Ingredients:

Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Fragrance, Salicylic Acid, Glycerin, Mineral Oil, Carica Papaya (Papaya) Enzyme, Tocopheryl Acetate, CI 47000.

 

Also know as: Papaja zeep
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Silka
Code:
4806507831088
Content: 135 gr

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