Raw & Unrefined Shea Butter Infused with Certified Organic Argan Oil
Regular users of raw, unrefined shea butter rave about their softer, smoother and radiantly healthy skin. Unrefined shea butter contains an abundance of nature's healing ingredients from vitamins, minerals, proteins to a unique fatty acid profile making it a superior active moisturizer. Especially when you are switching from petroleum based moisturizers full of preservatives and chemicals, you will be delighted to experience raw shea butter's desperately needed capacity to restore your skin back to its' natural elasticity. Using shea butter makes your skin absorb more moisture from the air, and as a result, it becomes softer and stays moisturized for longer. Every home needs a jar of shea. I use shea often for a remedy of minor scrapes my kids seem to get on weekly basis. It is also great to get rid of frizzies and makes your hair nice and soft. This shea is especially great because nothing artificial is added. The citrus and sandalwood-vetiver sheas rate perfect zeros as in no hazard with Skin Deep Safe Cosmetic's Database. Beautiful stuff for beautiful people.
Why is it "true soap"? According to FDA, true soap is simply made up of fats and an alkali. In the past, people made their own soap from animal fats and wood ashes. Now there are emerging soap makers like Destiny Boutique wh... Why is it "true soap"? According to FDA, true soap is simply made up of fats and an alkali. In the past, people made their own soap from animal fats and wood ashes. Now there are emerging soap makers like Destiny Boutique who make their all natural soaps from a long list of skin healing vedgetable oils such as olive, palm, coconut, soy, shea butter, argan oil, herbs, botanicals and essential oils. The reason these soaps are so great is because they actually moisturize your skin instead of stripping off the epidermis. Destiny Boutique's soaps are cold processed meaning the naturally occuring glycerin is left intact whereas many other soap companies choose to remove the glycerin that occurs during the soapmaking and sell it to the lotion industry. No wonder many "milled" and highly processed bars feel drying to the skin. Today there are very few true soaps in the traditional sense on the market. Most body cleansers on the market today are synthetic detergent products under the jurisdiction of FDA. True soaps are regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, not FDA, and do not require ingredient labeling. Some companies, mostly Signers of Safe Cosmetics like Destiny Boutique, chose to list their ingredients for consumers' review regardless if they are required by law or not. I have been using Destiny Boutique's soaps for one year. As a result I do not need any lotions anymore (well sunblock is needed). I used to have a problem skin with eczema and issues with rashes and dry skin. What a turnaround I had! No more flaky skin, no more itchy anything, no more problems. If you buy the soap, you will save in lotion money since after a while you will not need additional moisturizers. Besides most of the lotions in the market contain parabens anyways. Why would you want to put that stuff in your body?