Chai Baby Dosha Balancing Soap
Enjoy this exquisite soap - uniquely aromatic with a sweet blend of cinnamon, clove, and vanilla infused with chai tea
Good circulation is one of the keys to a smooth complexion and younger-looking skin.
Cinnamon, clove, star anise, and other spices in Chai Tea can help improve circulation by increasing blood flow to your neck and face.
Antioxidants in the tea help protect skin from the sun and cause new cells to grow, reversing damage caused by UV rays. They also help your face appear smoother and younger.
Vanilla is a good source of essential oils, vitamins, and minerals, and especially B vitamins, and can help improve the look of your skin tone.
It also has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to soothe and calm irritated skin. Vanilla Bean Extract contains Vanillin, a polyphenol with powerful anti-oxidant properties.
Ingredients: saponified olive oil, shea butter, coconut oil, therapeutic essential oils, vanilla, chai tea
Net wt 3.5 oz
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Tea and Brits are a just like peaches and cream – a good fit, made perfect. There are quite a few English tea traditions, but we want to share a few quirky and interesting ones.