Shea Butter Intensive Hand Balm
Nourish dry, dehydrated hands with this family-friendly balm.
Made in France
- Moisturizes and comforts
- Softens skin
- Protects from dryness
How to use
Gently massage onto the nails, cuticles and back of the hands and palms.
For intensive care, use as a hand mask. Apply a thick layer to the hands and leave on for 10 minutes. Massage any excess into the skin.
This best-selling, intensely nourishing hand balm is formulated to bring comfort for the whole family (ages 3+). Packed with a high concentration of 25% Shea Butter, soothe and soften dry to very dry skin. Melting into the hands and nails upon application, this balm forms a protective film for skin from environmental aggressors that cause dry skin.
- 94% found skin intensely moisturized and nourished immediately after application ¹
- 100% of parents found children’s skin immediately moisturized²
- 97% said skin felt protected from dehydration after 1 week¹
- 100% said the balm helps to fight against dryness after 1 week of use²
VEGAN | DRY, VERY DRY AND SENSITIVE SKIN
Organic Shea Butter
Rich in a high concentration of omega 6, Shea Butter nourishes, moisturizes and softens the skin.
FORMULATED WITHOUT PARABENS;TRICLOSAN; ANY SILICONESALL INGREDIENTS
AQUA/WATER - BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER - GLYCERIN - PENTYLENE GLYCOL - TAPIOCA STARCH - COCO-CAPRYLATE/CAPRATE - CETEARYL ALCOHOL - GLYCERYL STEARATE SE - BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS (RAPESEED) STEROLS - SODIUM PCA - HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL - HYDROGENATED RAPESEED OIL - CETEARYL GLUCOSIDE - SODIUM STEAROYL GLUTAMATE - XANTHAN GUM - SODIUM GLUCONATE - GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE - TOCOPHEROL - CITRIC ACID - BETA-GLUCAN - CAPRYLYL GLYCOL - CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE - PARFUM/FRAGRANCE.
Shea trees are raised without chemical fertilizers, helping to protect biodiversity. Once grown, nuts are collected and processed into 100% organic shea butter using centuries-old techniques.
We purchase fair trade-certified shea butter directly from local cooperatives of our partner-producers in Ghana and Burkina Faso. Shea butter provides women with a source of income so they can achieve a higher level of economic independence.