Natural Tea Tree Shea Butter Will Feed Your Skin and Scintillate Your Senses

If you’re like me, you’d much rather ply your skin with natural substances than with chemicals.

Apparently, over 50% of processed skin care products incorporate toxic substances that absorb rapidly through the skin and that can do us considerable harm. Not good!

After sampling every costly anti-aging skin elixir out there and never seeing much rejuvenation of my skin, I came across raw shea butter. It contains nothing except, well, pure shea butter. It’s expressed right from the African shea kernel.

You’ll see how remarkable this stuff is when you first apply it. It contains miraculous emollients — dehydrated skin will be quickly restored. As will inflamed, red skin. And skin burdened with eczema, rashes, or stretch marks will likely be vastly improved. Rub it in everywhere — there’s no way to overdose.

Okay, here’s the next thing: Raw shea nut butter, the only kind you should use, doesn’t smell so great. However, have you experienced essential oils? I discovered them only recently — I didn’t know what I didn’t have before experimenting with these natural, healing oils! Who would use synthetic scents when they can use the real thing? They are so heavenly, I’d often prefer to osmose pure frankincense, sweet orange or lavender oil than have a gourmet meal.

So consider the joy of unrefined shea butter and essential oils combined. Delightful! The item linked here has ten varieties, each combining virgin shea butter and pure essential oils. Let’s take tea tree, for example. Only a tome could enumerate the considerable body of research on tea tree oil. Its efficiency as a topical antibacterial for cuts and burns and as an anti-fungal is commonly known. In cleaning, a few drops can kill mold. It can treat acne breakouts, athlete’s foot, mites, and also the tenacious bacteria MRSA. Possibly not as commonly known is that “this medicine cabinet in a jar” has a sweet-woodsy fragrance that can be downright enticing, especially when mellowed with shea butter.

One more thing: If you’d like a great buying experience, order this directly from Amazon.com. If you’re a Prime Member, as I am, you can have it in exactly two days with no shipping expense. If you don’t have Prime, buy two containers and you’ll get shipping free.

Simply click below and follow the path straight to Amazon to feed your skin and your senses with Tea Tree Shea Butter, or another delicious scent selection.

Learn more at amazon.com/Shea-Butter-Pure-Healing-Essential/dp/B00CFADA1O/shea butter/

Raw Shea Butter . . . Or, How A Family Solved Its Tenacious Skin Problems With One Natural Product

Both Rachel and Eric Summers are park rangers in Yellowstone National Park, where snow can linger into June, where temperatures in winter can hit minus 35, and where Memorial Day can look like a white Christmas. At one time it was a job held only by men; however, today Rachel and Eric both patrol the park’s boundaries by snowmobile, do search and rescue operations, and maintain the park’s water system.

Just envision looking for babysitters in the backcountry in – 35 degrees! Well, that’s what Rachel and Eric were obliged to do for their 2 year old, Loui.

The Summers would not trade their lifestyle for anything; however, they do have several difficulties. Skin issues top the list. In the harsh winter season, both Rachel and Eric are bothered by red, blistered hands, faces and lips. And, their toddler’s skin is so dry that he nearly scratches it right off his young body.

One December evening, Rachel was relating the household’s skin woes to her sister, Joanne. Joanne jumped in and recommended that Rachel purchase some raw, virgin shea butter. “You’ll never put another product on your skin again!”

Of course, getting shea butter in mid December in Yellowstone was not exactly a breeze, so when two containers of it appeared in the mail, thanks to Joanne, Rachel was delighted. A splendid photo adorned both containers of Shea ScentSations shea butter. One label said “Piquant Patchouli Shea Butter,” and the other “Healing Tea Tree Shea Butter.” Both varieties consisted of just raw, organic shea butter and 100% pure essential oils.

Before she applied the shea butter, Rachel inhaled the bouquets from both containers and delighted in the luscious, natural essences. The patchouli was ambrosial, and the tea tree was thoroughly satisfying . Both aromas were sumptuous, not simply hints of the essential oil. Rachel was thrilled at the chance to treat her skin while simultaneously getting aromatherapy.

She realized as soon as she had rubbed the buttery substance thoroughly on her face, neck, hands and feet that this was the solution to her husband’s, her son’s and her own skin issues. Her skin drank it up and asked for more.

Four weeks after that, cracked, red, chapped elbows, lips and hands are things of the past for every member of the household. Loui’s skin is protected for the entire day with an all-over coating of natural shea butter. Eric thoroughly enjoys the tea tree, and is eager to sample various other varieties. Rachel loves the patchouli shea butter, and is determined to experience all the scent selections.

Unexpectedly, after starting to apply shea butter, Rachel has noticed her stretch marks diminishing. Furthermore, she mailed a jar of ginger-orange shea butter to her mother, who reported it was more thoroughly moisturizing than any other product she had previously applied to her skin, and insisted that her wrinkles and fine lines were slowly lifting.

Joanne could not have been more right: Rachel and her family will never be without unrefined shea butter again, nor will they ever buy shea butter without the heavenly essential oils.


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