Carioca Body Moisturizer 300mL - Granado


Carioca Moisturizing Body Lotion. 300ml

Vegetable-based moisturizer with high concentration of fragrance, leaving a longer-lasting scent. Light and fluid texture for a silky and velvety skin without sticky effect. No dyes, paraben-free. Label on recycled paper with original illustration of the Historical Archives of Granado.

Fragrance Carioca: Spicy Floral and Oriental

Content: 300ml.

Tips for use: Apply to clean and dry skin. Massage gently until completely absorbed.

Composition: aqua (water), propylene glycol, glycerin, isoamyl laurate, parfum (fragrance), propanediol, prunus amygdalus dulcis oil, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate se, hydroxyacetophenone, ceteareth-20, sodium polyacrylate, helianthus annuus seed oil, 1,2-hexanediol, caprylyl glycol, polyacrylic acid, xylityl sesquicaprylate, citric acid, glyceryl stearate, euphorbia cerifera cera, sodium hydroxide, tocopherol, citronellol, citral, coumarin, evernia prunastri (oak moss) extract, geraniol, limonene, linalool.

About Granado:

Granado is the oldest Brazilian pharmaceutical brand, which was created in 1870 in Rio de Janeiro. José Antonio Coxito Granado, the Portuguese pharmacist, who had a little farm near to Rio de Janeiro opened his first store in town. He was selling his own-produced remedies, medicines and other formulas and products that he made using local plants, herbs and flowers. The quality of his products brought him enormous success and soon he was able to set up his factories and a pharmacy in the most prestigious location of Rio de Janeiro. He and his brother developed many products and formulas that are sold until today such as antiseptic talc or 100% vegetable-based glycerin soaps. The company underwent many modernization processes, change ownership and capital but its main focus and objective remain the same until today: bring back life to traditional Brazilian brands and products, use Brazilian natural wealth and bring it to the people.

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