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Palmolive Liquid Hand Soap Pump Milk & Honey Wash - 300Ml 1 Pack
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- Enriched formula containing natural honey and milk extract Contains unique combination of soft components.
- Contains unique combination of soft components
- Nourishing characteristics keep skin from overdrying and leave it soft all day
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 9 x 6 x 12 cm; 300 Grams
- Date First Available : 6 February 2019
- Manufacturer : Colgate Palmolive
- ASIN : B0020VY1TI
- Item model number : 8003520013026
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Palmolive Naturals "Nourishing Delight" liquid hand soap. Its formula is enriched with natural honey and milk extract. It contains unique combination of soft components, that due to their nourishing characteristics keep skin from overdrying and leave it soft during
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PALMOLIVE MILK AND HONEY: Extracts of honey and milk
Palmolive Milk & Honey is a creamy, soap-free formula containing 100% natural honey extract. It protects your hands from excessive dryness, leaving them feeling nourished and touchably soft. Dermatologically tested.
Benefits: Enriched with natural extracts
Fragrance: Lush and Delicious
Honey has been used as a beauty secret for years. Cleopatra regularly took honey and milk baths to maintain her youthful appearance. Madame du Barry, the infamous last mistress of Louis XV, used honey as a form of facial mask, lying down for a rest while the honey did its work.
Milk has been part of the human diet ever since people in the Middle East first tamed wild cattle 9 or 10 thousand years ago. The world’s earliest written records found in India and dating back nearly 6,000 years mention milk as an essential food.