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~ About Body Butter ~
Body butter is a moisturizing product designed to keep moisture in your skin by providing a protective barrier. It is made of oils extracted from seeds and nuts, such as coconut, cocoa beans, shea nuts, kukui nuts and mango seeds. It also includes other natural ingredients containing vitamins and minerals thought to help keep your skin healthy. [From eHow.com] It is heavier than creams and lotions, as it has little or no water in it.
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BODY BUTTER - POSSESSION POINT (FRENCH LAVENDER) 2 OZ r
BODY BUTTER - POSSESSION POINT (FRENCH LAVENDER) 2 OZ r
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Organic Shea Body Butter for Intensive Hydration is a super-moisturizing treat for thirsty skin. Itís a creamy concoction of unprocessed, organic shea butter, sunflower, jojoba, and vitamin E oils. Each is finished with a singular, precious essential oil.
Our French Lavender butter has a fresh and sweet, floral fragrance with but a hint of herbaceous undertones - a calming scent.
BODY BUTTER - ADMIRALTY STRAIT (TROPICAL LEMON VERBENA)
BODY BUTTER - ADMIRALTY STRAIT (TROPICAL LEMON VERBENA) 2 OZ r
Our Price: $14.00
New Price: $11.00

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Organic Shea Body Butter for Intensive Hydration is a super-moisturizing treat for thirsty skin. Itís a creamy concoction of unprocessed, organic shea butter, sunflower, jojoba, and vitamin E oils. Each is finished with a singular, precious essential oil.
The warm, fresh and lemony fragrance of this butter is attributed to May Chang essential oil, known in Asia as an 'oil of tranquility'. Recommended for those suffering from work related stress and an inability to switch off.
   
 
~ A Little History ~
Accounts from as early as Cleopatra's Egypt speak of caravans bearing clay jars of valuable shea butter for cosmetic use. The funeral beds of early kings were carved in the wood of shea trees. Shea butter's skin care and healing properties were first harnessed thousands of years ago. The history of shea as a precious commodity can be traced back to Ancient Egypt, where shea butter was and continues to be used to protect the hair and skin against the fierce sun and the hot dry winds of African deserts and savannah. [From Wikipedia]