Shea Butter nourishes the skin with Vitamins A, E, and F. Vitamins A and E help maintain the skin and keep it clear and healthy. Vitamin F acts as a skin protector and rejuvenator. It also contains fatty acids that replace deficiencies, restoring a healthy balance to the skin. These nutrients help prevent premature signs of aging and soothe rough, dry or chapped skin. Shea leaves a deep, penetrating, protective covering. Don’t be shy. Try one of nature’s best kept secrets.
Warning: Product may melt in hot weather.
WHY YOU NEED IT
Dehydrated skin is unhappy skin and can be dry, irritated, itchy, and uncomfortable, and it also leads to premature signs of aging. Your body from the neck down needs thicker butters for the proper moisture (and thinner oils from the neck up). When you use the right moisture in the right place you use less.
Shea butter is high in cinnamic acid, essential fatty acids, and vitamins A, E, and F to visibly reduce inflammation, nourish, and moisturize.
HOW TO USE
Massage into skin for a nourishing moisture treatment.
- Moisturized and hydrated skin
- Skin that is smooth, soft, silky, and supple
FULL INGREDIENT LIST
Vitellaria paradoxa (shea) butter, sum natural scent blend