Formulated for a moisturizing and not greasy for a luxurious whipped butter. Heals chapped hands and dry skin. Shea butter is known to be nutrient rich and ideal for skin softening.
How do I use it?
The best time to apply body butter is just after your daily shower to lock in moisture and keep your skin hydrated all day. Take your daily shower or bath as usual. After you've finished, pat your body dry with a clean towel. Do not rub or dry yourself completely; leave a little moisture on your skin. Apply a dollop of body butter directly to your skin -- don't use too much or your skin could get greasy. Rub it in gently, using firm, broad strokes, until the body butter is fully absorbed. Pay particular attention to your feet, hands, elbows and knees, regions that tend to get particularly dry or calloused. Apply a second layer of body butter on these problem areas for the best results. Apply body butter just before bedtime to help soften the skin on your hands and feet. Apply a layer of body butter, then cover up with cotton socks or gloves.
Body butters are particularly valuable in dry winter weather to provide a protective layer against the wind and cold.
*Not Tested on Animals