Many of my customers at farmer's markets and at the herb store prefer to use simple, preservative-free products with more natural ingredients: oils, vegetable butters, bee products, herbs and essential oils. For them, I make anhydrous products like whipped shea butter, lanolin salve, massage oils, face serums and lotion bars that use Vitamin E and rosemary leaf extract as anti-oxidants. People always ask which product for dry skin they should use: I think you just have to try different ones and see which works best for you. I always label my products with a complete ingredient list so if there is an ingredient that you want to avoid, please read the labels carefully or ask me about it.
Unrefined Shea Butter
Small (2 oz.) size, above; large (4 oz.) size below
My whipped shea butter is made with unrefined organic Fair Trade shea nut butter and is blended with essential oils or fragrance, a touch of coconut oil and Vitamin E to make an all purpose moisturizer that applies smoothly and absorbs well. Customers with curly hair tell us that it works as a deeply moisturizing leave-in hair treatment as well.
Some settling may occur in transit and will not affect performance.
Comes in Lavender, Earth Rose, Sandalwood Vanilla, Unscented and Pink Sugar.
$7.55 (2 oz. jar) or $14.15 (4 oz. jar)
New! Pure, unrefined shea butter in its simplest form, no additives of any kind. You only need to use a tiny amount as an soothing aftershave balm for dry skin. It is a denser product than the whipped shea.