Do natural moisturisers really work?

September 7, 2016

The high street is full of moisturisers, cleansers, balms and lotions that promise to keep the skin looking healthy, refreshed and young. And lots of them are full of funny-sounding ingredients that are difficult to pronounce. The question is, do we really need all those hidden nasties? Are natural moisturisers, like Shea Butter, Olive Oil and Cocoa Butter, just as good?

We've made it our mission to create only natural skincare products formulated with organic, ethically sourced ingredients because we believe that they're kinder to the skin. Chemicals and additives can exacerbate sensitivities and make skin conditions worse. Plus, although they may offer temporary relief, many of them aren't suitable for long-term use.

Gorgeously rich and velvety thick against the skin, Shea Butter is the main ingredient in almost all of our products. Derived from the nut of the African Karite tree, this natural moisturiser is perfect for hydrating the skin and hair, soothing chapped lips, healing cracked feet and softening the elbows and hands. 

Used for generations as a luxurious moisturiser, Shea Butter is also ideal for treating skin problems ranging from eczema and allergies to insect bites, sunburn and even wrinkles. It's also great for babies and can double up as a nappy balm!

Your body needs to last you a lifetime -- doesn't it make sense to use skincare products that you can trust?

Order your Shea Mooti moisturisers here.

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