Loving Shea Moisture’s New Body Butter!

Dry, rough skin has finally met its match. SheaMoisture’s luxurious, new, certified organic Body Butters will help uncover the skin Mother Nature meant for us to flaunt.

At the heart of these formulas is shea butter, a healing and moisturizing ingredient whose benefits SheaMoisture has been harnessing for decades. Chockfull of only all-natural ingredients, you’ll want to slather these decadent butters on from head to toe.

I’ve tried this body butter, and I’m absolutely LOVING it. Out of the three flavors below, I’m using the Olive & Green Tea Body Butter. It is so amazing. It feels so great on my skin, I’m finding myself craving it! It is absolutely heavenly. (I am dying to try the other two flavors!)

Choose from three savory flavors:

  • Lavender & Wild Orchid: Healing, hydrating and calming, this delicate butter contains soothing lavender as well as wild orchid extract to repair damaged skin and prevent moisture loss.
  • Olive & Green Tea: Anti-aging and ultra moisturizing, this savory butter contains hydrating olive butter and avocado as well as antioxidant-rich green tea extract.
  • Coconut & Hibiscus: Firming and toning, this delicious butter features coconut oil to nourish and helps firm skin, hibiscus flower to treat dry, rough skin and help improve skin tone, and vitamin E to protect skin cells from free radical damage.

LIMITED EDITION: Lip Balm Trio from SheaMoisture!

Each SheaMoisture Body Butter absorbs quickly with no greasy residue, and does not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oil, gluten, synthetic fragrance or artificial color.

The Body Butters have a suggested retail price of $9.99 each and is available at Walgreens locations nationwide.


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