Shea Butter Balm - Made with Raw Organic Shea Butter and Organic Herbs

$ 24.00

Perfect daily moisturizer for dry parched skin.  This luxurious shea butter balm is loaded with naturally derived vitamins A and E.  These vitamins  have strong antioxidant properties.  Antioxidants help skin repair itself and are important anti-aging agents. 

Ultra rich and gently scented.  Powered by Organic Shea Butter made by Ghanaian woman.  Fortified with extracts from organic comfrey leaf, organic comfrey root, organic plantain leaf, and organic chickweed leaf to nourish and soothe dry irritated skin. The consistency is dense and only a small amount is needed for application. This balm can be used on face, hands, feet, body and hair depending on your hair texture.  Try this balm on dry flaky skin, rashes and eczema.

Delicately scented with safe fragrance oils to compliment the natural nutty scent of raw shea butter.

Formulation Benefits:

  • Organic Shea Butter purchased straight from Ghana, supporting woman owned business in Ghana 
  • Natural Raw dense shea butter - not whipped
  • Loaded with natural vitamins and antioxidants
  • Ultra Rich creamy texture 
  • Great for dry flaky skin, rashes, eczema
  • Locks in moisture for soft healthy looking skin
  • Melts instantly and absorbs easily into the skin.
  • Multi Uses - Use on face, hair, body, feet and hands
  • Herbal extracts made from organic herbs consisting of comfrey leaf, comfrey root, plantain leaf, and chickweed leaf nourish and soothe dry irritated skin


Fragrance Notes: vanilla bean, ylang ylang essential oil and a touch of warm amber.

Ingredients:  Organic Raw Fair Trade Shea Butter* from Ghana, Shea Nut Oil, Comfrey Leaf Extract*, Comfrey Root Extract*, Plantain Leaf Extract*, and Chickweed Leaf Extract*, Vitamin E, Fragrance.  * Organic Ingredients 

Always do a patch test before using a new product. Whether a product made with essential oils, natural ingredients or artificial fragrances — there's always a risk of allergic reactions. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease.