Get gorgeously soft skin in a flash with the multi-tasking Body Buffer from kai. This dome-shaped exfoliating shower sponge softens in water to work up a rich, lightly fragranced lather with kai’s signature gardenia scent. Natural oils from palms, coconuts and olives moisturize parched skin leaving your skin soft, smooth and cleansed in no time. Great for up to 15 uses per sponge.
HOW TO USE
Apply to wet skin in the shower to work up gentle lather. Rinse clean.
glycerin (palm oil derived glycerin), aqua (water), sodium stearate (palm oil derived sodium stearate soap), sorbitol (wheat derived sorbitol), sodium palm kernelate (derived from oil palm kernel), sodium oleate, fragrance (perfume), sodium chloride, citric acid (derived from citrus fruits), sodium citrate, pentasodium pentetate, tetrasodium etidronate, hexyl cinnamal, linalool, butylphenyl methyl propoinal (lilial), citronellol, benzyl salicylate, geraniol, benzyl benzoate.
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