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Shea Butter

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Replenish your dry skin. Our moisturizing shea butter products are enriched with just the essential ingredients, leaving skin feeling supple, soft and radiant. Made with sustainable shea butter harvested with fair trade principles, our collection is formulated with future generations in mind. With Vitamins A, E and F, and a mix of botanical oils, our shea butter products will be your new go-to, everyday solution for personal care.

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The Competitive Advantage

Formulated with sustainable shea butter that's harvested with fair trade principles, each product is made with just the essential ingredients.

Key Ingredients and Benefits

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Shea Butter

Moisturizes to soften skin.

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Vitamin E

Conditions skin, restoring radiance and helping protect the moisture barrier.

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Jojoba Seed Oil

Soothes and softens skin.

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Coconut Oil

Soothes skin.

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Rosemary Leaf Extract

Replenishes skin’s moisture, helping soften and soothe.

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Cocoa Seed Butter

Deeply conditons skin, helping relieve dryness.

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Coconut Milk Oil

Replenishes skin’s moisture, helping soften and soothe skin.

What makes Arbonne products superior?

They are naturally inspired, and scientifically tested. By integrating the most beneficial botanical ingredients from nature with the principles of green chemistry — we craft products with integrity, expertise and innovation. And we do it responsibly, taking care of our earth at the same time.
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Shea Butter Collection

Why Shea Butter?

Moisturizing

The concentration of fatty acids in shea butter makes it especially moisturizing for skin. It is often used to soothe and hydrate dry skin as well as help seal in the skin’s natural oils.

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Soothing

The cinnamic acid and other natural properties in shea butter make it soothing for the skin.

Smoothing

Shea butter contains oleic, stearic, palmitic and linolenic acids, helping lock in moisture and assists with preventing drying.

The Right Formula for Optimal Results

What’s the difference between our Shea Butter Hand Lotion and Body Lotion?

The formula of course

Hand Wash

Our daily Hand Wash works hard to clean your hands while sealing in hydration rather than stripping it away.

Hand Lotion

Keeping your hands moisturized is a tough job. Our Hand Lotion is infused with rose geranium extract and sunflower seed oil to nourish hands.

Body Wash

Our daily Body Wash is a family-friendly formula that gently and luxuriously cleans while leaving you feeling hydrated.

Body Lotion

Our Body Lotion contains Tahitian coconut milk oil to replenish skin’s moisture and help soften and soothe. Its gentle and easy to apply all over.

We use sustainable, fair trade shea butter.

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Shea butter is harvested from the seeds of the nut from the shea or karite tree; naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F, it provides skin with the essential fatty acids and nutrients necessary to support hydration. Shea Butter has been used in many countries for years to improve the appearance of skin and hair. Going back to Cleopatra’s Egypt, there are stories of people using the moisturizing benefits of shea butter for cosmetic use to protect their hair and dry skin caused by the sun and winds of Africa.

The shea nut used in Arbonne products is harvested in West Africa by a women’s cooperative, from a wild growing tree protected by law in the sub-Saharan belt. The trees begin to give fruit after 15–20 years of growth. No fertilizers or pesticides are used in the process, and the trees are pollinated by bees.

The seasonal collecting period, boiling, and processing of the nuts occurs early in the morning by the local women. Most of the processed shea is exported, creating a valuable income for the families as well as the local economy.

Sustainable product harvests set out to protect the land, improve the farmers’ or harvesters’ quality of life, and enhance the communities in which the crops are raised.

To further this, fair trade helps to ensure that fair prices are paid to the local farmers who have raised the crops — helping support the local economy. The shea butter used in our products is harvested by local women, and helps empower the community, creates social interaction, protects the environment, and advances the local culture.

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Q. What is Shea Butter?
A. Shea Butter is the rich, moisturizing butter cultivated from the seeds of the fruit for the Shea (Karite) Tree. This butter is known for its high levels of fatty acids, vitamin A & E and has been used throughout Africa for centuries to promote hair and skin health.

Q. What 5 oils are in the Moisturizing Lip Balm?
A. Shea Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Argan Oil, Olive Fruit Oil, and Jojoba Seed Oil.

Q. Can the Lip Balm be used with lipstick, lip gloss, or the lip treatment?
A. Yes, should be used under any other lip product to seal in moisture

Q. Where is the Shea Butter sourced from?
A. We source our sustainable Shea Butter from a woman’s cooperative located in West Africa.

Q. Are there any artificial flavors in the lip balm?
A. No

Q. Is there any SPF in the lip balm?
A. No

Q. Are there any natural oils in the Hand Cream?
A. Yes, the Hand Cream contains Sunflower seed oil, sesame seed oil and coconut oil

Q. What Key ingredients are in the Hand Cream?
A. Shea Butter, Vitamin E, & Coconut Oil

Q. How often should I use my Hand Cream and Lip Balm ?
A. As often as needed

Q. Should I use Shea products if I have a nut allergy?
A. Shea Nut is technically a seed butter, however we always recommend you consult your physician if you have any medical concerns before using a new product

Q. Are there samples of the Hand Cream?
A. Yes, there are samples available through business aids.

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