You don't love that last one? Neither do we!
Not to worry. The solution to your dry skin blues is hidden inside the humble shea nut. Indigenous to Africa and used for centuries to smooth skin and hair to a rich glow, the luxurious butter pressed from shea nuts is the key to relief of winter's dry skin wherever you live.
Shea butter is recommended for people with dry or very dry skin, sensitive skin, split ends or dry, frizzy hair.
Shea butter soothes, hydrates and balances your skin. Pure shea butter has a heady aroma and is a solid at room temperature. For best results look for a shea butter cream that incorporates natural liquid oils such as essential fatty acid-rich argan oil, UV-blocking sweet almond oil and anti-inflammatory rosewood oil. These powerful, healing ingredients complement shea butter's moisturizing properties and combine to form a softer skin cream that is easier to apply.
So what do you do with shea butter once you have it? First rub a small amount between your palms to warm and soften it. Then massage it into your hands immediately after washing, and rub it on your elbows, knees, heels to smooth rough spots. You can also dab it sparingly on chapped or dry lips.
And shea butter is excellent from the scalp to the ends of your hair. Massage it into your scalp before shampooing, smooth it into your hair to reduce frizziness before blow-drying, and lightly coat the ends of your hair to reduce the appearance of split ends.
Are you ready to try it for yourself? Get $5 off our luxurious Argan Shea Butter if you order before January 1, 2015.