Molkebad Tausendschön

Molkebad Tausendschön

Spoiled with rose petals

Regular price€ 32,80

Quantity: 200 g
( € 16,40 / 100 g)
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Bathing like Cleopatra once did. Truly pampering pleasure for skin and soul with rose petals and naturally pure organic essential oils. Natural whey gently cleanses, cares and soothes. At the same time the skin is moisturised and regenerated. Naturally pure essential oils and rose blossoms provide a pleasant fragrance, relaxation and a touch of luxury. For all-round velvety soft skin and a special bathing experience.
Lactis Proteinum*, Rosae Damaszena Flower*, Centaurea Cyanus Flower*, Calendula Officinalis Flower*, Cananga Odorata Oil*, Citrus Aurantium Amara Peel Oil*, Benzyl Benzoate, Linalool. *) certified organic
Add 2-3 tablespoons to the bath under running water, optimum bath duration 20 to 30 minutes at a temperature of 38° to 40°.
Das Produkt enthält Rosenblüten, welche nach dem Baden zu entfernen sind. Bei Unverträglichkeit oder allergischer Reaktion, Produkt bitte absetzen. Kühl und Trocken lagern, von Feuchtigkeit fernhalten.






The historic Saint Charles Apothecary exists since 1886 in Vienna and is the scientific and ethical backbone of Saint Charles. All Saint Charles products are based on the teachings of Traditional European Medicine (TEM) in combination with the latest findings in naturopathy. In developing them, we pursue our passion for high-quality, sustainable and effective natural remedies and cosmetics.


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