Rejuvenate your skin with Alanna’s Rose and Geranium Soap Edit

Alanna, a 100% natural skin care brand brings Rose and Geranium Soap which is packed with goodness of Geranium oil, Rose oil, and Coco butter. This soap is 100% natural and vegan product which is self-made. It is also sulfate and Paraben free with no artificial colour and fragrance.
A soap which is divinely scented with roses and geranium flower will revitalize the skin, which will make you relax and uplifts the mood. When your body is relax it will automatically reduce wrinkles and also tone your body muscles. Talking about hydration, sometimes water is not enough to keep your skin hydrated whereas Alanna’s Rose & Geranium soap will give the skin a nourishing experience and will also maintain hydration level of your skin. The list doesn’t stop here it also prevents acne and smoothens the skin, also lessen fatigue and promotes emotional wellness for the entire day.
This range is curated keeping a nature’s kissed skin in mind. Like all Alanna products, the Rose and Geranium Soap too is FDA and PETA Approved and they are Sulphate-free, Cruelty-free i.e. No Animal Testing, Paraben-free making them 100% organic.
Price of the Alanna’s Rose & Geranium Soap is INR 410/-
About Alanna: Alanna is a skin-care and wellness brand that brings a diverse range of skincare products purely made out of natural ingredients. Founded in 2015, the brand believes Natural brand houses 100% handmade Natural skincare products where each element is carefully chosen keeping in a mind a therapeutic reason behind it. Owing to its inclination with nature, all products from the house of Alanna are Sulphate free, Paraben free and the brand refrains from animal testing making them cruelty-free and vegan.

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