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|成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |
|乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |
|适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |
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|薄荷甜橙宝贝皂 |薄荷甜橙宝贝皂 |薄荷甜橙宝贝皂 |
|成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |成分:未精致酪梨油,甜杏仁油,橄榄油,椰油,棕榈油, |
|乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |乳油木果脂,棒果油,甜橙精油,薄荷精油 |
|适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |适合:宝宝3m+, 中干性,敏感性肌肤 |
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