Nyassa Arabian Oudh Hand Cream(145 ml)
What It Is:
Oudh or oud is also known as "Agarwood". As the name suggests, it is deep, woody, aromatic middle eastern oil. This fragrance is sacred in various parts of the middle east and Japan. Your hands bear the brunt of daily chores and activities that call for special treatment. What better way than to use the Nyassa Arabian Oudh Hand Cream. Made from natural oils, this hand cream mainly contains Shea Butter and Birch Tree Extracts. Shea Butter is a natural moisturizer that keeps your hands soft by hydrating them. It banishes roughness and dryness and locks in moisture. Birch Tree Extract is a natural cleanser that keeps your skin free from bacteria and germs. The hand cream comes with a deep, woody aroma that lends a unique fragrance. Get this hand cream for super moisturizer hands! Keep this in your office, car, home, and kitchen for daily hand nourishment. Especially recommended for dry hands.
Anyone looking for a hand cream that has a woody fragrance
Key Benefits and Features:
- Free of Parabens, cruelty
- Moisturizes and provides nutrition to the skin
- Gives your skin that tender pampered loving feeling
- 100% vegetarian
|Best Before||18 months|
|Country Of origin||India|
|Manufacturer Info||Nyassa Retail Pvt Ltd. 13/104, Anandnagar, Santacruz (East), Mumbai 400055|
How To Use:
- Take one to two pumps of hand cream in your palm and massage into your hands
- Massage it between your fingers to apply it both in the front and back of your hands for super moisturized hands
Shea butter, Birch tree extract, olive oil, sesame oil, stearic acid, e-wax, cetyl alcohol, glycerine, triethanolamine, DM water, mrthylisothiazolinone, phenoxyethanol, and fragrance.
Arabian Oudh Hand Cream (145 ml)
Arabian Oudh Hand Cream from the house of Nyassa is made from pure, natural oils to keep the hands soft and lovely. It contains Shea Butter and Birch Tree Extracts.
Five main benefits of this hand cream:
- Woody aromatic
- Strong hydration
- Banishes roughness
- Locks moisture
- Prevents bacteria growth