Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Pure Shea Butter Review!

Pure Shea Butter Review

I was first introduced to the term “Shea Butter” when I worked for Bath & Body Works. Which of coarse I soon fell in love with every product that contained Shea Butter. Especially because you can feel the difference, it makes your skin so soft and happy. 

Plus since I already know anything involving “Shea Butter” is going to be an awesome product. Why not discover the source behind all these great products “Pure Shea Butter” & thats why I wanted to share this review with you! 

The Pure Shea Butter that that I discovered is currently being sold on Amazon & is currently rated #1 on the market. You can use pure Shea Butter for natural relief from dry skin, psoriasis dryness, eczema and acne. (Which is a must for my dry skin and the occasional eczema breakout.) Plus its great for stretch marks during and after a pregnancy. Whats also amazing about this product is that its 100% all natural and organic. Plus as a deep moisturizer for skin, Shea Butter contains vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin F and will not clog your pores. On top of that Shea Butter is highly moisturizing and long lasting so you won’t have to constantly reapply. Pure Shea Butter is an overall awesome beauty product from skin to hair. 

However being that this is an all natural product. The all natural fragrance of pure shea butter is an aquard taste. So in this companies future line I would love to see them come out with a scented shea butter.

Over all I was very excited for this opportunity to try this product for myself. On top of that I’m glad I got to introduce “Pure Shea Butter” to my father. When he first saw the product he thought it was at eatable butter & wasn’t going to have any.

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Chelsie Fletcher
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. I tried pure shea butter at whole foods, I was surprised at how hard it is. I would warm it before using it!!