Direct to Guest Body Wash LAVISH (One bottle per case)

Hotel Supplies Canada by Custom Amenities Inc

$12.95 

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Skin feels clean, soft, smooth and revitalized with our fast-foaming Direct to Guest LAVISH Body Wash. Infused with soothing skin conditioners & baobab fruit oil, this moisturizing spa quality formula  is featured in our clean and simple 355 ml bottle design, with convenient twist cap. Benefiting body, mind & mood, now you can enjoy your new favorite body wash at home! 

Breathe deeply for best results.

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Formula: Baobab Fruit Oil
Size:  355 ml  
Case Pack: 1 bottle per case

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