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Sandalwood soap for skin lightening

ReviewMama

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Oct 1, 2017
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Sandalwood soap for skin lightening can be used to lighten and whiten skin discoloration or hyperpigmentation. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening should not be used on broke skin or blistered skin. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening should be done safely and with caution because incorrect use of Sandalwood soap for skin lightening can cause severe skin damage such as burn or PIH scars. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening cannot be used on damaged skin because it can worsen the skin conditions and cause permanent skin damage. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening works very fast and results are amazing and it can help to smoothen and rejuvenate the skin. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening result can be seen within a week of use. Sandalwood soap for skin lightening helps to brighten dull skin complexion.

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Side Effects of Sandalwood soap for skin lightening
  • It can cause skin discoloration.
  • It can cause PIH scar.
  • It can cause skin blisters.
  • It can cause skin numbness.
  • It can cause skin dryness.
  • It can cause skin puffiness.
 

Bipha Ayurveda

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Red sandalwood cream
Yamini Red Sandalwood Cream is a cosmetic balm that, when used regularly, cures scars, blemishes, and dark circles under the eyes. Vitamin E's antioxidant properties aid in the renewal of skin cells.

ayurvedic skin care products

Turmeric oil contains curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory effects and promotes skin collagen production. Soothe, moisturise, and soften the skin with virgin coconut oil. Scars, blemishes, and skin pigmentations are repaired using Almond oil and jojoba oil, as well as pure essential oils of vetiver, lavender, and geranium in a pure plant butter basis.

It's devoid of parabens, silicones, petrolatum, and dyes, among other hazardous ingredients.