scrubs

Wild Rose, Almond, Honey-Oat Glow

A paste of almonds, honey, wild rose and oats that combines the natural goodness of its ingredients to gently exfoliate the skin and impart a natural healthy glow. The oatmeal has inherent exfoliating properties to remove the dead cells while the honey functions as a natural moisturizer. Almond is a versatile nutrient-rich ingredient responsible for healthy glow.


Himalayan Crystal Salt Exfoliation

An excellent deep-cleansing srub from London, this natural Himalayan salt exfoliation helps remove impurities and excess oil. Known for their healing properties and skin-revitalizing abilities, these ancient founts of health deeply exfoliate the skin thus cleansing the pores. The essential oils detoxify skin at a deeper level and promotes blood circulation and smoothens and softens the skin.


Aurantium Scrub

The natural exfoliation inherent in orange is exploited in this scrub ideally suited for normal to oily skin. The orange peel combines with other natural blends to give a thorough and refreshing cleansing of the skin to remove the dead surface skin.


Osane Scrub

Best used on dry to normal skin, this honey-sesame scrub gently exfoliates dry skin, removing the deeply embedded impurities to refresh and revitalize the skin, leaves it thoroughly nourished and hydrated, and provides adequate protection from external impurities.


Lawan Scrub

This protein-rich scrub is a blend of rice, soya and yoghurt and is suited to all skin type. The grainy texture of rice serves as a gentle exfoliation, as the yoghurt works to tone the skin soya keeps the skin moisturized and protects the skin from external heat and dust.

A lens for photographing distant objects; it is designed in a compact manner so that the distance from the front of the lens to the film plane is less than the focal length of the lens.

A lens for photographing distant objects; it is designed in a compact manner so that the distance from the front of the lens to the film plane is less than the focal length of the lens.