***It's hot now in Florida where we are shipping from, so it's very likely that the texture of your moisturizers will be grainy when they arrives, they are perfectly fine to use, but see below on how to fix them if it bothers you, or postpone your order until our temps cool down***
Want to try them all? This 3 pack includes:
2 oz Body Lotion, Our lightest moisturizer – ideal for oily-normal faces, or as a light weight body moisturizer
2 oz Body Cream, Our medium moisturizer – ideal for dry-normal faces, or as a medium weight body moisturizer
2 oz Body Butter, Our heavy moisturizer – ideal for the driest skin. Perfect for feet, frequently washed hands, problem knees and elbows, etc… this one also has cocoa butter for longer lasting moisture
Why we love it We use them all, so we think you might too!
We use only the highest quality, unrefined ingredients in our body care line
Did you know Shea Butter has been used for centuries as a wrinkle reducer? It contains essential fatty acids, vitamins & minerals including vitamin A, E & F.
Coconut Oil protects against formation of free radicals, and keeps connective tissues supple. Penetrates deep into skins layers.
Is there anything Jojoba Oil doesn't do? It's absorbed quickly, and good for all skin types. It's said to help with acne and eczema. It contains many vitamins and minerals. It even contains anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Helpful Tips for Organic Moisturizers
For faces - Use just the tiniest amount, a little goes a long, long way
-Goes on a bit oily, but it’s quickly absorb into the skin within minutes, just leaving you feeling nicely moisturized and nourished
-It’s very soothing for sunburn (but let’s hope you never need it for that!)
-It melts in warm temperatures and will likely melt in shipping in the warmer months. It is induction sealed to cut down on leakage if it melts. If it arrives liquidy, open it, stir it well, and put it in the fridge (see below)
-If your organic body moisturizers is grainy/has little balls of shea butter, don’t worry, that’s just something shea butter can do when it’s exposed to a temperature change (which can happen in shipping). It’s totally fine to use as is, just rub it in your hands to warm it up and the little balls will melt away. If you would prefer a smooth texture to your moisturizer (and who wouldn’t?!) you can gently remelt it, stir it up well, and put it in the fridge to cool quickly. It’s an annoying thing that shea butter does, but it’s so very wonderful for your skin that we just had to use it.