Shvet Chandan & Saffron Body Cleanser Invigorating & Calming Shower Gel (all Skin Types)

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Herbs Like Gokhru and Bala Prevents the Effect of Pre Radicals on the Skin, Neem & Aloe Vera Has Anti-inflammatory & Ant-oxidant Properties, Saffron Has a Skin Brightening Effect While Sandalwood Helps in Having a Calming & Cooling Effect on the Skin.

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FAQs

Can this shower gel be used for the face as well?

While the Shvet Chandan & Saffron Body Cleanser is primarily designed for the body, it can be used on the face. However, we recommend performing a patch test first to ensure there is no sensitivity or adverse reaction on your facial skin.

How often should I use this shower gel?

For best results, you can use the Shvet Chandan & Saffron Body Cleanser Shower Gel daily during your shower or bath routine. Its gentle formula allows for regular use without causing any dryness or irritation.

Can I use this shower gel if I have allergies or sensitive skin?

Yes, this shower gel is formulated with sensitive skin in mind. However, if you have known allergies or extremely sensitive skin, we recommend checking the product’s ingredient list and consulting with a dermatologist before use.

Will the saffron in the shower gel stain my skin or bathtub?

No, the saffron in the shower gel is carefully extracted and incorporated into the formula, ensuring that it does not stain your skin or bathtub. After use, it rinses off completely, leaving no residue.

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it should be Invigorating,and it should be Free radicals, u spelt wrong. Edit it fast.

Edit your wrong spellings fast in ur advertisement,it should be Invigorating, it should be Free radicals.