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Lafe's Cedar + Lime Roll-on Deodorant 88ml

Lafe's Cedar + Lime Roll-on Deodorant 88ml

Organic

Gluten Free

Vegan

Lafe's Fresh Mineral Salt (Rock Salt) Aluminum Free Roll On Deodorant scented with cedar and lime essential oils and aloe vera is made with only na...

Lafe's Fresh Mineral Salt (Rock Salt) Aluminum Free Roll On Deodorant scented with cedar and lime essential oils and aloe vera is made with only natural and organic ingredients, never any toxins. Lafe's Fresh Roll On Deodorant is clinically proven to provide you with 24-hours of odor protection, using natural botanical ingredients to fight the odor-causing bacteria.

*Some ingredients, while natural, may still cause allergic reactions. We recommend conducting a patch test for at least 48 hours in a small hidden area of your skin to test for any potential adverse reactions.

Regular price ₱330
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Ingredients

Aqua Water , Potassium Alum Mineral Salts , Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba* Guar Gum , Aloe Barbadensis* Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Coriadrum Sativum Coriander Seed Oil, Hamamelis Virginiana Witch Hazel Extract, Eugenia Caryophyllus* Clove Bud Essential Oil, Glucose & Glucose Oxidase & Lactoperoxidase *Certified Organic

How to use

Apply to underams. Do not apply to broken skin. If rash develops, discontinue use

Nutritional Facts

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For orders less than P5,000 a delivery fee per order may vary per location.

We deliver in major cities nationwide. A minimum purchase of P1,500 is required for orders outside of Metro Manila.

Delivery lead time may vary per location from the date of payment confirmation.

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