Dove Purifying Detox with Green Clay creates a creamy lather to cleanse and renew skin. It combines deep cleansing with moisturizing nourishment for an indulgent skincare routine. A powerful natural ingredient for removing impurities, and toning and firming the skin, green clay is used in beauty rituals all over the world. Inspired by clay‚Äôs detoxifying properties, this cleansing bar effectively washes away dirt and germs. Our formula contains: moisturizing cream, a plant-based cleanser, and is pH balanced. No Sulfate-cleansers. No Parabens. Globally, Dove does not test on animals Dove Purifying Detox with Green Clay 3.75 oz 6 bars - Dove Purifying Detox with Green Clay Creates a Creamy Lather to Cleanse and Renew Skin
- No Parabens. No Sulfates
- Plant-Based Cleanser for Gentle Skin Cleansing
- Inspired by Clay‚Äôs Detoxifying Properties, This Cleansing Bar Effectively Washes Away Dirt
- PH Balanced Beauty Soap
Sodium Lauroyl, Isethionate, Stearic acid, lauric acid, sodium oleate, Water (EAU), sodium stearate, Cocamidopropyl, betaine, Fragrance (PARFUM) Kaolin, sodium laureate, sodium chloride, tetrasodium etidronate, tetrasodium EDTA, titanium dioxide, yellow 6 (CI 15985), Green 5 (CI61570)
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