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L'OccitaneShea Nourishing Favorites

ITEM 1902170
3 reviews
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limited edition
C$44.00

 

Which skin type is it good for?
✔ Normal
✔ Oily
✔ Combination
✔ Dry
✔ Sensitive

What it is:
A six-piece shea butter collection to help nourish and protect skin from head to toe with a limited-edition pouch to travel in style.

Solutions for:
- Dryness

If you want to know more…
Shea butter is nature’s miracle balm. Naturally rich in vitamin A and E, shea butter has exceptional moisturizing properties and is at the heart of this collection. The Shea Cleansing Oil is enriched with five percent shea oil to remove impurities and makeup in a single step, even around the eyes. Apply the lightweight Comforting Cream on clean and dry face. With five percent shea butter, it provides optimal hydration for normal to combination skin. Gently cleanse and soften with the Shea Butter Extra-Gentle Milk Soap, formulated with a 100 percent vegetable oil base and nourishing shea butter. The silky Ultra Rich Body Lotion and luxurious Hand and Foot Creams help nourish, soften, and protect skin.

This set contains:
- 0.28 oz/ 8 mL Shea Light Comforting Cream
- 1 oz/ 30 mL Shea Cleansing Oil
- 2.5 oz/ 75 mL Shea Butter Ultra Rich Body Lotion
- 1.7 oz/ 50 g Shea Milk Extra-Gentle Soap
- 0.3 oz/ 10 mL Shea Butter Hand Cream
- 0.3 oz/ 10 mL Shea Butter Foot Cream
- Limited-edition travel pouch

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens
- Sulfates
- Phthalates

What else you need to know:
In 1981, Olivier Baussan, founder of L'Occitane, traveled to Burkina Faso where the local women relied on shea butter and its exceptional moisturizing properties to nourish their skin. He began working with 12 women in a cooperative to produce shea butter for L'Occitane products. More than 30 years later, L'Occitane works with 15,000 women in fair trade cooperatives and supports their economic emancipation with literacy and microcredit programs.