Friday, November 7, 2014

Key West African Shea Butter!




I absolutely MUST moisturize my skin every day, and sometimes during the cold weather several times a day. African Shea Butter does the job so well! 

Shea Butter is made from the nuts of the Shea Tree native to Ghana. Key West's Shea Butter is raw and unrefined, meaning that it's about as natural as you can get! It truly relieves my dry skin like no other - especially my feet, elbows and knees. I love that I can apply it after my shower at 5 am and still feel fully moisturized at 5 pm, without the greasy feeling I get from other moisturizers. This amazing butter can even be used on your hair to give it a nice natural boost of shine. Shea is known for its natural healing properties.

This buttery moisture comes in a 14 ounce screw top recyclable container for easy access and when I first got it my thought was how would I ever use that much Shea Butter? Now that I've been using it a while I can't imagine not using it and know that one jar won't be enough! Trust me, you will feel an immediate difference in your skin!

You can find this natural moisturizer HERE on Key West Health and Beauty.com. Right now it's on sale for the amazing price of $14.95 (regularly $39.95) - at that price I will be stocking up! Key West offers many products, all of which come with 100% money back satisfaction guarantee! 

Disclosure:  I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.



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3 comments:

  1. Im thinking this would be perfect to help prevent with my stretch marks. haven't gotten any yet but i know my belly will be getting bigger soon! Thanks for the review

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  2. wow this is a great price for this product , I have even seen this product much higher.. and I love that it is unrefined, This is really great for making soaps and lotions, lip balm and so much more.. thanks for share

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  3. I really like shea butter too. I use it in combination with coconut oil, vitamin e oil, and other essential oils when making a homemade lotion. It's great for that purpose with other high-quality oils.

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