Whipped Shea Butter with Olive Leaf
- The ultimate refuge for sensitive and dry skin.
- Fresh plant infusions of olive leaf, sweet violet and calendula blossoms in olive oil and Madagascar vanilla in jojoba oil, make our Whipped Shea Butter an excellent source of essential fatty acids, vital phyto-nutrients and antioxidants
- After a few days skin looks noticeably younger, more vital, supple, hydrated and healthier, conditions hair too
We make our Whipped Shea Butter in house, and it takes four to six hours of continual whipping to reach its rich, creamy, fragrant softness.
Whipped Shea Butter with Olive Leaf rejuvenates and protects extremely dry and dehydrated skin, having a remarkable effect on wrinkles, softening and smoothing fine lines, all signs of stress held in our face and eye area. After a few days of consistent use skin appears noticeably improved. Our Whipped Shea Butter, rich in essential fatty acids, cinnamic acid, and vitamins C, E, and K, heals dry, sensitive skin conditions while providing maximum barrier protection without a heavy feeling or clogging tiny dermal pores. It is especially effective when treating red/angry skin conditions.
Our Whipped Shea Butters are a combination of luscious and nourishing oils: California- grown extra-virgin olive oil, and a Madagascar vanilla- infused jojoba oil. These restorative and concentrated butters are prepared by hand in small batches. Over a period of four to six hours we slowly add each oil into the raw unrefined shea butter as it gently and continuously whips. At the end, we add the a proprietary blend of Flower Essences.
Our shea butter comes to us directly from the women of the Kpersi Village in Ghana. This last year, Evan visited these women and witnessed the incredible hard work that goes into transforming the raw, unadulterated shea nut into the rich, creamy yellow butter that plays a central role in so many of our products. For these women shea butter production is their sole livelihood and it plays a key role in the economic vitality of the whole community.