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DALAN Hand Soap 5 x 70g

Traditional Pure White Soap has a natural colour and a unique soap which can be used both your body and your clothes. Dalan products have succeeded reaching 132 countries in 5 continents by the year 2007. Dalan has a 20% share in Turkish bar soap exports and by its volume, it is among the top 5 exporting firms in the sub-sector of soap and other cleaning products.
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