Rahua Body Shower Gel

Rahua Body Shower Gel

SKU: 27751

Energize your shower experience with Rahua’s 100% natural, organic, gluten free and vegan shower gel. Scented with Palo Santo, lavender, eucalyptus and vanilla bean. This Shower Gel transforms your regular routine into an uplifting aroma-therapeutic experience while gently cleansing skin and removing dirt and dead cells without stripping the skin of its natural oils. Infused with signature Rahua Ungurahua oil, Quinoa and Sacha Inchi (omegas-3 and -9), skin is nourished with moisture needed for the day ahead.
Ungurahua omega-9 deeply hydrates skin. Sacha Inchi omega-3 steadily improves softness and elasticity, and organic Quinoa antioxidants rejuvenate and protect skin daily. Skin is well nourished by the unparalleled potency of these extraordinary Amazonian moisturizers.

Start the day right with this invigorating Shower Gel that cleanses and nourishes the skin.
• 100% Natural
• Free of all toxins
• Gluten free
• Organic
• Vegan
• Symbiotic
• Rainforest grown
In the shower massage on damp skin, rinse repeat and enjoy.
Aqua, Herbal Infusion of Hibiscus Sabdariffa Extract*, Arnica Montana Flower Extract*, and Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract*, Coco Betaine, Sodium Chloride (Sea salt), Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Extract*, Caprylic Acid, Bursera Graveolens (Palo Santo) Oil, Oenocarpus Bataua (Ungurahua) Oil, Sacha Inchi Oil (Plukenetia volubilis), Hydrolyzed Quinoa, Lavandula (Lavender) Officinalis Oil, Glycerin, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate (plant derived).

* Denotes Organic Ingredient

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Amazon Beauty, and the Rahua brand are passionately committed to creating the most clean and efficacious 100% natural formulas on the market – all of which are vegan, organic, sulfate free, paraben free, gluten-free and cruelty-free. They are dedicated to the preservation of the Amazon rainforest and the indigenous people that live there and owe the native people a boundless debt for keeping the Amazon, its flora and its fauna in great health for thousands of years.