• AUNA Mango Body Scrub 250 ml

Body scrub with a divine mango scent. The aroma of this tropical fruit will take you to the exotic regions of South Asia. A small island in the Philippines? A crowded city in India? Exotic Sri Lanka? Decide for yourself where you will appear! Also, pay attention to the ingredients – the sugar scrub in the mango version has natural ingredients, vitamins and oils. Scrub perfectly removes dead skin cells and moisturizes – you don't have to use lotion afterwards. Peeling is the first step in a home SPA. Immerse yourself in the exotic scent, feel the pleasant, grainy texture and relax!

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What does a body scrub hide?

Mango, specifically its stunning scent, and shea butter, which perfectly regenerates and nourishes the skin. In addition, this butter creates a protective barrier, so that factors such as cold, intense sun or gusty wind do not have a negative effect on the skin. It also contains vitamin E, which in turn delays the aging process of the skin and protects it against free radicals. The exfoliating substances contained in the scrub are only of natural origin and dissolve during use, so they do not leave a residue.

Remember – although it tempts with its smell, the product is not intended for consumption.



In order to prolong the shelf life of the cosmetic, protect the inside of the packaging from contact with water!



How to use:

- apply to damp skin and massage the whole body with circular movements,

-Rinse off after a few minutes, then enjoy smooth, exotic mango-scented skin!




sucrose (sugar), sweet almond oil, avocado oil, shea butter, mango butter, rosehip oil, vitamin E, fragrance.



Sucrose, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Persea Gratissima Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Mangifera Indica Seed Butter, Rosa Canina Seed Oil, Tocopherol Acetate, Parfum.

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