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Exfoliating Body Wash
Exfoliating Body Wash
What Does Exfoliating Body Wash Do?
Exfoliating Body Wash by Chemist at Play
Ingredients for Exfoliating Body Wash
Exfoliating Body Wash by Chemist at Play
Exfoliating Body Wash by Chemist at Play
Our Promise for Exfoliating Body Wash
Exfoliating Body Wash
Exfoliating Body Wash
Exfoliating Body Wash

Exfoliating Body Wash

4% Lactic Acid + Salicylic Acid + 0.5% Vitamin E

Sale price ₹399


  • Removes Dead Skin Cells
  • Helps Protect Cells From Damage
  • Increases Cell Turnover
  • Reveals Soft Skin

Key Features

  Skin Type: All Skin Types

  Skin Concerns: Dull, Textured Skin

  Certifications: Derma Tested

  Peta Certified: Yes

  Vegetarian: Yes

  Results : Smooth and bump free skin

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This Exfoliating Body Wash is a *star shedder* formulated with gentle exfoliating agents.

It helps to gently remove dead skin cells, evens out skin tone, revives dull skin and makes it super smooth.

This formulation is great for everyone who has a bumpy texture and wishes to get that velvety, soft skin.

It is also infused with murumuru butter that acts as a gentle exfoliating agent, the granules melt with body heat, shed dead skin and leave behind smooth skin that’s brighter and healthier.

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Hero Ingredients

The Exfoliating Body Wash is enriched with:

•2% lactic acid : Gently exfoliates dead skin cells and take care of bumpy skin.

•2% Zemea : Calms skin inflammation and boosts hydration levels

•0.5% Vitamin E & Hyaluronic Acid : Reduces UV damage and to keep the skin moisturized

How To Use

For best results, use it twice daily as a part of your bathing ritual. Finally, apply our ceramides-based body lotion all over your body.
Exfoliating Body Wash

Purified Water, Isoamyl Laurate, Ascorbic Acid,
Niacinamide, Propanediol, Glyceryl Monostearate, Helianthus Annus Oil,
Iso-propyl Myristate, Stearic acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, & Polysorbate 60, C13-14 Isoparaffin
& Laureth 7, Cetyl Alcohol, Pheoxyethanol, Allantoin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Ubiquinone,
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Rice (Oryza Sativa) Phytoceramide, Konjac (Amorphophallus) Phytoceramide,
Phospholipids, Sphingolipids, Tocopherol Acetate, Sodium Polyacrylate, Phenetyl Alcohol

Clinical Trials are a very crucial aspect of our product development process. All our products are tried and tested on real (willing) humans including our founders and their families. The products only hit the market when they are tested and approved by over 200 genuine participants. These real customer insights also help us improvise on our products when they are not up to their desired requirements.

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FAQs About Exfoliating Body Wash

Two to three times a week is usually considered an ideal frequency for exfoliating your skin. In case of dry skin or sensitive skin, you may want to start with exfoliating only once a week, and then move forward to doing it more if your skin texture improves over time. In case you suffer from any skin ailment, it is best to consult a dermatologist before you start using exfoliating body washes regularly.

After exfoliating your skin, make sure to thoroughly rinse away the body wash. This will ensure that all the dead skin cells are also washed away. Next, pat dry your skin with a clean towel, and finally apply a moisturiser to replenish the moisture levels of your skin. With just a few exfoliating sessions, you will find your skin tone enhanced like never before.

No. In case you notice any redness, peeling or tingling of the skin, consider it as a sign to stop exfoliating. Always remember, exfoliation is best done in moderation. Besides, it is extremely important to listen to your skin. Every skin type reacts differently to the process of exfoliation, hence, make sure that it is suitable for your skin.

In case you have sensitive skin, make sure to use an exfoliating body wash with alpha-hydroxy acids, or AHAs as these tend to be gentler on the skin. Lactic acid, glycolic acid, or mandelic acid can prove to be ideal key ingredients in exfoliating body washes formulation for sensitive skin. And yes, make sure to start with a low frequency, just about once a week. If your skin reacts favorably to the process, you can gradually progress to exfoliating twice a week.

Some simple observations can help you understand if your skin is in need of exfoliation. These include-

  • The inability of your skin to absorb skin care products
  • An overall dull skin tone
  • Clogged pores or consistent breakouts
  • Scaly patches on the skin
  • Excessive sun exposure
  • If you observe one or more of the above-mentioned signs, start using an exfoliating body wash at least twice a week to witness a visible change in your skin tone and texture.

Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews
Sanika Harad
Acne wash

The besttttt

Abhay Fleming

Exfoliating Body Wash

Piyali Saha

Exfoliating Body Wash

Karishma Sharma
The Exfoliating Body Wash

best product

Good for dry skin also

I'm in love with this it's not making skin dry. Soo good