BeMax TheSpa Bath Powder 12 packs
Best for :
➖ Eliminates the outer layer of keratinized cells, stimulates smooth, bright new cells
➖ Provides nourishment to help skin naturally pink and white, noticeably toned up after 12 days (*)
➖ Inhibit the growth of melamine, reduce dark spots, brown spots
➖ Improve skin tone, sunburn, uneven color
➖ Moisturizes, increases elasticity, softens the skin, removes rough, rough cells
➖ Provides nutrients to help skin healthy, antioxidant
➖ In addition, this Bemax therapy helps you relax, reduce stress, and sleep better.
The main ingredients in Be-max white bath powder:
● Soymilk powder: Soymilk contains a lot of vitamins and isoflavones that have an excellent whitening effect, inhibits melamine, reduces bruises effectively. In addition, soy milk powder is the secret to anti-aging, wrinkles, rough.
● Argan seed oil, jojoba oil: Moisturizes and softens the skin
● Collagen dissolves: increase elasticity to the surface of smooth, bright skin
● Hyaluronic acid: Intensive moisturizer and anti-aging skin.
Mix 1 package of bemax in the bathtub at a temperature of 38-40 degrees C. Soak the bath for 15-20 minutes (can be used for both face and shampoo). Sensitive skin should rinse with water.
For face and body: Mix 1 pack with water to create a thick paste, apply to the skin, wait 15 minutes for the mask to shrink and then wash thoroughly.
Be-Max The Spa Bath Powder Japan white powder box of 12 packs
Use continuously for 12 days to get the best effect
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