DIY Shea and Rose Essential Oil Body Butter

One of the most decadent and potent essential oils is Rose. Known for its beauty promoting properties and heart opening and mentally uplifting aromatherapeutic benefits, Rose is a truly special essential oil. When blended with smooth and luscious raw African Shea butter the glory of Rose is taken up a new notch and your ability to enjoy this fragrant flower juice increases substantially. The following Shea butter and Rose essential oil blend is perfect for your everyday use, as a gift, or as a special treat when you want some personal TLC.

Neem: African Black Soap’s Best Friend

Have you tried African Black soap yet? If you haven’t, you should—it’s fantastic. With a base of raw African Shea butter this soap gently cleanses and moisturizes your skin at the same time. And with the addition of Neem, its healing and disinfecting benefits are taken to an entirely new level. Here’s why, if you want to use African Shea butter Black soap, you should make sure it contains some Neem:

Raw Shea Butter vs Shea Oil

Have you ever used Shea oil before? If not, you might have seen it for sale online or in the store. Though not as popular as Shea butter, it still has benefits for your skin despite the difference in texture and chemistry. But the question is, is one better than the other? If given the option, is there one that would be overall more beneficial to your skin? And what about if you make your own skincare—are there some products you should use Shea oil in instead of Shea butter? These are the questions we tackle in today’s blog; hopefully by the end you will feel more confident and clear when deciding between Shea butter and Shea oil.

Why We Use MSM in Our Cellulite Cream

Cellulite is one of the most difficult beauty complaints to get rid of. Some people live their whole lives with it as they are met with disappointment at every attempt to try and heal the structure of their skin and return it to a state of smooth and firm health. It is with this struggle in mind that we crafted our Smooth Body Cellulite Cream and chose to only include ingredients that heal and repair the tissue structure of the skin for good. And one of those ingredients is MSM.

How to Know if Our Stretch Mark Cream is Right For You

You have stretch marks: Contrary to popular belief, you can heal and fade existing stretch marks—even if you’ve had them for years. While you may never be able to disappear them completely, you can heal them to the point where they are literally barely noticeable unless you are looking for them. The key is combining healing plant lipids—like Shea butter—with other skincare ingredients that enhance the production of collagen so that they simultaneously fade, soften and fill in. Because our Dermal Repair Stretch Mark Treatment includes a blend of skin softening plant lipids, anti aging plant essences and naturally occurring botanical vitamin A (not to confused with retinol), it is the perfect and most comprehensive stretch mark fading formula for your skin.

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