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Formulated with 25% shea butter to provide intense nourishing care, the Shea Intensive Hand Balm forms a protective film for dry to very dry skin. Enriched with allantoin, a naturally moisturising and regenerative ingredient, this ultra-rich balm absorbs into the hands when applied and massaged in. Use as a daily hand cream, or twice-weekly as an intensive hand mask by applying a thick layer to hands and leaving for 10 minutes before massaging excess into the skin.
With regular use this balm: • Intensely nourishes very dry hands• Immediately soothes very dry hands• Protects the skin from environmental aggressions and dehydration
Shea butter is a natural beauty balm, used by women in Sub-Saharan Africa. Since the 1980’s, L’OCCITANE has set up a sustainable and fair trade partnership with the women in Burkina Faso who produce it. To perpetuate this partnership, the L'OCCITANE Foundation is involved in women's entrepreneurship supporting literacy, training and microcredit programs, as well as the development of companies created by women.
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At L'OCCITANE, we have a Provence-only rule. But when it comes to special ingredients like Shea Butter, we know how to make an exception. The women of Burkina Faso have been using Shea Butter for centuries to nourish and protect hair and skin. That’s why we’ve teamed up with them to create a sustainable, fair trade supply chain that delivers supreme quality Shea Butter to your beauty routine.
Hands feel intensely nourished
Satisfaction tested on 38 volunteers over 4 weeks
Dry hands feel immediately soothed
For daily use: warm a generous amount of balm between the hands, then gently massage into the palms, back of the hands, nails and cuticles (twice a day). As an intensive mask: apply a thick layer to the hands and leave on for 10 minutes to intensely nourish the skin, then massage in any excess (twice a week).
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